A Little Piece of Bauhaus

Exhibition series

Celebrating the 80th anniversary of Bauhaus in Chicago, in 2017, and in anticipation of the 100th anniversary of the German Bauhaus, in 2019, we present micro exhibitions, Little Pieces of Bauhaus. These exhibitions show works that reference the Bauhaus by a variety of artists, local, national and international.

Current exhibition

Anke Loh © James Prinz

Anke Loh: Interknit

08/28 - 10/20/2017
Anke Loh’s collection of knits revolves women’s stories – their opportunities, challenges, delights and anxieties.
Opening reception: Monday, September 18, 2017 at 5 PM
 

Upcoming Exhibitions

Forms and Records © Doug Fogelson

Doug Fogelson: Forms & Records

08/28 - 10/20/2017
Doug Fogelson’s images were the final project to be made in the original darkroom of the New Bauhaus, which was in the basement of Mies Van der Rohe's Crown Hall at the Institute of Design/IIT campus, before the area got remodeled.
 

Past exhibitions

Törten Collage © Goethe-Institut

Christina Wildgrube: Siedlung Törten

Our artist-in-residence, Christina Wildgrube presented her work-in-progress Siedlung Törten daily at the Goethe-Institut Chicago in August 2017 as part of our Little Piece of Bauhaus.

Lafayette Park © Rebecca Wilton

Rebecca Wilton: Lafayette Park 2014

A central motive in the work of Rebecca Wilton is the detailed presentation of historic overlaps in urban and rural environments as they present themselves in structures, public spaces and in nature. Her work was on display from January until June 2017.

Assaf Evron, Mies Windows, Crown Hall, Chicago © Assaf Evron

Assaf Evron, Mies Windows - Crown Hall, Chicago

It is a simple, spare object: showing a clean, well-lighted place. An aluminum frame cradles two color photographs in the same large format, showing two window panes bookended by their black metal frames. Evron's work was on display at the Goethe-Institut from September 2016 through January 2017.

Luftwerk: INsite Revisited © Luftwerk

Luftwerk: INsite Revisited

What do you do with a revered masterwork of the 20th century? Luftwerk casts INsite, as “an exploration of the philosophy of Mies through light.” The results are revelatory, reanimating our understanding and appreciation of this iconic structure. Luftwerks exhibit was on display from May though July 2016.

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