(Images Courtesy (From top left): Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin; Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin; Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin; Alexander Eliasberg)
15 March 2019 — 10 June 2019
This exhibition looks to the immaterial and performative nature of Bauhaus alumni Kurt Schwerdtfeger’s reflecting light plays, which were originally produced for an institution party in 1922.
Germany’s ‘Bauhaus Imaginista' programme features four exhibitions worldwide (China, Japan, Russia and Brazil) that are happening this year and next, while a string of institutional exhibitions across Germany look at the waves Bauhaus made in the nation of its founding.
Courtesy of Microscope Gallery and Kurt Schwerdtfeger, 2016.
Van de Velde, Nietzsche and Modernism around 1900
6 April 2019 — 1 March 2024
Neues Museum Weimar, Jorge-Semprún-Platz 5, 99423 Weimar, Germany
28 April 2019 — 29 July 2019
Herzogliches Museum Gotha, Schlossplatz 1, 99867 Gotha, Germany
This exhibition focuses on the life and work of avant-garde artist Oskar Schlemmer, who is recognised for his cross-disciplinary contributions as a painter, draughtsman, graphic artist, sculptor, stage designer and muralist.
8 September 2019
Bauhaus Museum Dessau, Mies-van-der-Rohe-Platz 1, Dessau-Roßlau, 06844
Original Bauhaus, Bauhaus-Archiv
Museum für Gestaltung in cooperation with the Berlinische Galerie
Berlinische Galerie, Berlin, September 2019 — 27 Jan 2020
Left: Woman wearing an Oskar Schlemmer mask sitting on Marcel Breuer’s Wassily Chair, around 1926.
Photography: Erich Consemüller, Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin / © Dr. Stephan Consemüller
16 September 2019 — 13 October 2019
Various locations, Berlin, Dessar and Weimar
Operating over three consecutive weeks in three different cities, the Triennale der Moderne aims to build a "network of modernism" and raise greater public awareness of the buildings and
Bauhaus did not promote a single formula or style, but an ethos and an educational program. Its founding director, architect Walter Gropius, dreamed of merging art and crafts into a single holistic discipline, outlined a visionary idea of design, mixing practical suggestions with grandiose statements.
Avant-garde is how modern art critics refer the general trend of new artistic directions that arose in world art at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. A very thin line separates it from the concept of “modernism”. Read more
Bauhaus: Pioneers of a New World
9 February — 26 May 2019
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Museumpark 18, 3015 CX Rotterdam, Netherlands
This wide-ranging retrospective will feature over 60 artists, designers, architects from the Netherlands, all of whom were involved with the Bauhaus between 1919 and 1933. With more than 800 objects, the exhibition "Netherlands ⇄ bauhaus — pioneers of a new world" at Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen offers a comprehensive insight into the history of interdependence of the Bauhaus and the Netherlands. The focus is also on the city of Rotterdam, which was the centre of the New Architecture in the Netherlands of the 1920s.
White City Center Tel Aviv
Various Exhibitions and Projects
Tel Aviv, whose White City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, contains more buildings—4,000-plus—in the Bauhaus style than any other city in the world. (The Bauhaus Center leads organized architectural tours around the city.) The White City Center is planning several major projects as part of the Bauhaus centenary in 2019: the exhibition "The Matter of Data" and the digital exhibition "The Architecture of Exile" are rounded off by the multimedia art project "The Transfer Agreement", a cooperation with the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation that will take place as part of the "Triennial of Modernism".
Illinois Institute of Technology
Vairous Exhibitions and Projects
With the New Bauhaus under the direction of László Moholy-Nagy, Chicago became the new centre of modernism in 1937. Its successor institutions, which now belong to the Illinois Institute of Technology — the Institute of Design and the College of Architecture — are both actively involved in celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus.
make well-designed objects, high-quality furniture and textiles for a mass market."
January 23 − February 5