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Studio100 at Kunsthalle Harry Graf Kessler, part 1

Weimar, Kunsthalle Harry Graf Kessler

»Studio100« is an extraordinary Bauhaus-exhibition on the occasion of the 100th Bauhaus anniversary.

For 100 days »Studio 100« presents 100 actors and their works – amongst them artists, designers, architects, civil engineers, performance artists and musicians. The exhibition will present and unite the work of alumni and those currently studying at contemporary design institutions that see themselves in the tradition of the Bauhaus. The Studio 100 exhibition will be accompanied by readings and manifestos, podium lectures and performances, for which the small Bauhausbühne will be launched. The project name refers to the irrepressible artistic energy, synergy and creative scope of the last 100 years of Bauhaus.

Collaboration with the HfG Ulm and the PRATT Institute Brooklyn / New York help to establish an international and supra-regional connection to the 100th anniversary of Bauhaus in Weimar. Furthermore, through the exhibition venues at the Bauhaus University Weimar, the Kunsthalle Harry Graf Kessler, the Bauhaus Atelier, The Neufert Box in Gelmeroda and the exhibition rooms in the Weimar Gaswerk, Studio 100 will extend across the city of Weimar.

Exhibition dates

11th January until 10th February 2019 
exhibition part 2 at Kunsthalle Harry Graf Kessler

04th until 14th April 2019
exhibition part 1 at Gaswerk Weimar

16th until 26. May 2019
exhibition part 1 at Neufert-Box Gelmeroda

18th until 25th June 2019
exhibition part 2 at Neufert-Box Gelmeroda

05th July until 27th July 2019
exhibition part 2 at Gaswerk Weimar

Dipl. Des. HP Grossmann
project manager

Dipl. Des. Canan Yilmaz
artistic director

Prof. Wolfgang Sattler
artistic director

Dipl. Ing. Stefan Kraus
artistic codirector

More information

Targets

All


Topic

  • Discover the Bauhaus!

Fringe event

Address

Kunsthalle Harry Graf Kessler
Goethplatz 9b
99423 Weimar, Deutschland

Funding formula

The »BauhausStudio100« is funded by Thüringer Staatskanzlei and the Bauhaus100 fonds of the Bauhaus-University Weimar.

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