The exhibition Bauhaus100 is an experiment to look back on the unparalleled modernist utopia of Weimar Bauhaus from a contemporary perspective.
It was exactly 100 years ago when Walter Gropius founded the Weimar Bauhaus, an educational and training institution that turned into the most important source and milestone in the history of contemporary art. The anniversary is celebrated across the world throughout the whole year, with spectacular exhibitions and events.
As a movement, Bauhaus inspired a number of subsequent art movements and approaches, but its original program offered even more: the aesthetic reform of life from everyday life to art.
Co-organized by Budapest Spring Festival and held at the Ludwig Museum in Budapest, the exhibition Bauhaus100. Programme For The Now – Contemporary Viewpoints is part of the international series of events commemorating the Bauhaus Centenary. Divided in thematic groups (object design, color theory, vision/utopia, etc.), the exhibition is an experiment to look back, to recall and rethink the unparalleled modernist utopia of Weimar Bauhaus from a contemporary perspective. Below you can see several photographs to get a glimpse of the Bauhaus100 exhibition in Ludwig Museum.
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