In the year of its centenary the Bauhaus returns to haunt our museums.
How do contemporary artists re-imagine a relationship with this legendary school? Are they scavengers raiding the ruins of modernism, appropriators of ‘good design’ kitsch or acolytes of an unholy sect?
explores its legacy in Australia — both for contemporary artists and for art education — highlighting its visionary, collectivist ideals and its radical practices.
Curator: Ann Stephen
Artists: Mikala Dwyer & Justene Williams| Gertrude Herzger-Seligmann, Ludwig Hirschfeld-Mack, Paul Klee | Michael Candy, Peter D Cole, Christopher Handran, Shane Haseman, Rose Nolan, Elizabeth Pulie, Jacky Redgate
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