The European Union is looking to the influential modernist movement as a model for a new, climate-neutral architecture.
Relationships Woven Through Textiles at the Bauhaus
Weaving beyond the Bauhaus looks at the intersecting connections and relationships that took root at the Bauhaus’s weaving workshop and continue to unfurl today.
Looking at the Roots of the Bauhaus
Bauhaus Beginnings succeeds in reanimating the dialogue that began in the school’s classrooms and hallways, and in following it, as it spilled out into the streets of a country.
The Untold Story of Alma Mahler and Her Relationship to the Bauhaus
Nearly 100 years ago Walter Gropius divorced from Alma Mahler, the Viennese musician married to the academy’s famed founder during the planning stages of the Bauhaus.
A New Biography Paints a Colorful Portrait of Bauhaus Founder Walter Gropius
In Walter Gropius: Visionary Founder of the Bauhaus, author Fiona MacCarthy attempts to debunk the myth that the German pioneer of modernist architecture is somehow an unsexy subject for biographical study.
Bauhaus Bus Embarks on World Tour to Explore a Global Legacy
Look both ways before crossing the street, this tiny-house celebrating the Bauhaus’s centenary wants to take the Eurocentrism out of design.
Unfinished Bauhaus Typefaces Are Now at Your Fingertips
Adobe and the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation teamed up to turn fragments of five unfinished typeface designs from the 1920s and ’30s into full-fledged digital typefaces.
The Lifespan of Bauhaus Utopianism
An exhibition at Paris’s decorative arts museum hones in on the myriad ways that students and teachers at the Bauhaus sought to integrate art, architecture, and design into total artworks.
A Book and Exhibition Reveal Josef Albers’s Rarely Seen Photocollages
In his only lecture on photography, Albers warned students against approaching photography carelessly, and the collages he made of his own photos show how he put that mantra into practice.
Oskar Schlemmer’s Prophetic, Dancing Robots
An exhibition at the Centre Pompidou-Metz highlights the German artist’s paintings, drawings, choreography, and costume designs that imagine the integration of humans and machines.
Explore the Harvard Art Museums’ Massive Bauhaus Collection Online
Home to one of the first and largest collections devoted to the Bauhaus, Harvard Art Museums now has a new, online resource that makes it easier to navigate these holdings.
The Tender Playfulness of Paul Klee
PARIS — The key to Paul Klee’s wonderfully shaped energy is not ironic detachment, as the title of the Centre Pompidou’s current retrospective suggests, but rather the playful and idyllic emotion he transmits through masterly line and dusty color.