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.
While Inventur proposes that we seek to understand and empathize with these artists, their biographies constantly nag at the moral centers of the brain.
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.
The emergence of artificial darkness in the 19th century, from the darkroom to the theater, radically influenced our experiences with art.
In 1923, a flurry of colorful postcards heralded the first major Bauhaus school exhibition.