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Bauhaus100. A Programme for the Present

9th April, 2019
6.00 pm

Ludwig Museum – Contemporary Art Museum
Curators:
Julia Fabényi, József Készman
 
An event jointly organized with Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art.

Ticket sale at the venue, for more information visit the website of the venue.

Ludwig Museum – Contemporary Art Museum

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István Losonczy: Inverse Windows (2014) 
Photographer: Miklós Sulyok

Bauhaus100. A Programme for the Present

Founded by Walter Gropius in Weimar in 1919, the Bauhaus admitted its first students a hundred years ago. The anniversary is celebrated by extensive exhibitions around the world. The Bauhaus movement was a critical source and milestone in the history of modern art, as well as a community of visual artists and a school of reform-minded thinkers.
Its ideals and practices were to inspire a host of subsequent movements and paradigms in art, and its original programme offered even more: an overall aesthetic reform of life, from lifestyle to art.
Ludwig Museum’s exhibition introduces Bauhaus through sections that focus on particular aspects (such as colour theory, esotericism, vision/utopia, design, light art), with the works of mostly contemporary artists establishing a context of thought and influence. “A Programme for the Present” attempts to reread this singular modernist utopia, evoking it from a contemporary viewpoint.

The exhibition is on view between 10 April and 25 August.

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A legtöbb weboldalhoz hasonlóan a Budapesti Tavaszi Fesztivál honlapja is sütiket, valamint különböző kódokat használ a megfelelő működés, elemzések készítése, valamint az Ön számára releváns, személyre szabott ajánlatok összeállítása érdekében. Ezek használatát az „ELFOGADOM” gomb megnyomásával jóváhagyja. A sütik és kódok használatának tiltását itt teheti meg.

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