ARTIST . Bauhaus magazine no. 1

After 80 years back in circulation: Bauhaus - the new magazine of the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation. News from the Bauhaus world, essays, interviews and more.
When the Bauhaus building in Dessau was opened in December 1926, the Bauhaus magazine was published for the first time. Quarterly issues reported on events in Dessau and important trends of modernity. The articles were signed by names such as Walter Gropius, László Moholy-Nagy, Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky and Marcel Breuer – compelling spirits who championed their positions here. The last issue of the magazine was published in 1931. 80 years later, the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation publishes a new magazine under the old name. It's not about reviving a broken tradition and assuming its continuation, but to report from the present of an institution which is still active today at the Bauhaus building in Dessau, where the historical experiment Bauhaus took place.
Published bi-annually, the new Bauhaus magazine will take a look at the developments between historical heritage, current advancements and lively intellectual environments. The main subject of the first issue is the role of the artist - during and after the Bauhaus. With contributions by Olaf Nicolai, Philipp Oswalt, Matthias Sauerbruch, Christina Tilmann et al.

Museum product - in the name and for the account of Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau, Gropiusallee 38, 06846 Dessau-Roßlau

  • Philipp Oswalt (ed.)
  • The Bauhaus Dessau Foundation's magazine . issue 1
  • Spector Books, Leipzig 2011
  • 978-3-940064-18-9
  • 68460139
  • 1/2011 - Year 1 / 148 p. / German-English
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