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Bauhaus re:imagined

re:bauhaus – modern emancipation, education, exchange – is a transnational festival exploring the origins of Functionalism and Bauhaus in Central Europe, the political and societal conditions that gave rise to the movements, and how these are perceived today. The festival presents Central Europe as a cradle of modernism, an initiator of a transnational dialogue.
 

Neues Bauhaus in Dessau Photo (detail):Lelikron, Dessau Bauhaus neu, Zuschnitt von Goethe-Institut, CC BY-SA 3.0

The reinvention of design

Walter Gropius founded the Bauhaus in 1919 – and in doing so revolutionised architecture, design and the way we think about it. What influence does this art school have today? And what should everyone know about the Bauhaus? We answer the most important questions about next year’s anniversary.

Bauhaus

modern emancipation, education, exchange

A Central European festival exploring Functionalism and Bauhaus in the context of the development of the modern state and the accompanying movements of social and women’s emancipation

The Festival
© Dorota Velek / National Gallery Prague