The Bauhaus was founded in Weimar in 1919 by the architect Walter Gropius. Just in time for the centenary in 2019, a new film reviews the turbulent history of the art school and movement.
Founded in 1919, the Bauhaus revolutionized art, architecture and design. An exhibition in Hangzhou is the prelude to the movement's anniversary celebrations, which begin next year.
Groundbreaking textile artist Anni Albers is among numerous women who studied at the storied Bauhaus art school. But unlike its leading men, she is little remembered. Her work is now being rediscovered in Düsseldorf.
Ahead of the Bauhaus centenary in 2019, an ambitious global exhibition titled "Bauhaus Imaginista" looks at the impact of the famed design school. Curator Marion von Osten spoke to DW about the aims of the show.
What do houses from the 3D printer in Dubai, wooden crate furniture in Beijing, a suspension railway in Medellín, urban farming in Detroit and a micro home in Berlin have to do with the German Bauhaus?
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