9 October 2018

Anni Albers Weaves Her Way Into Art History – Tate Modern

Anni Albers is quite frankly a peculiar artist for Tate Modern to devote an entire solo exhibition.

16 May 2014

Josef Albers: Bauhaus Compositional Practice In Black And White

This exhibition of Josef Albers focuses solely on the artist’s exploration of black throughout his life, with unexpectedly diverse pieces serving to highlight the vast inventiveness of one artist constrained to a single gradient. Combined with an equally constrained attitude towards composition and scale, the deliberate similarities of many compositional sequences in fact amplify the […]

2 May 2012

Ultimate Guide To Bauhaus Art Is Life At Barbican

  ‘Bauhaus’ – literally ‘School of Building’ – has become one of the most meaning-clustered words in the history of art and design, signifying perhaps the greatest creative peak in the Modernist tradition of Utopian applied arts. During its relatively brief fourteen year history, this school of art and design – founded by architect Walter […]

28 February 2012


Goethe Institut Sponsors Bauhaus and Turbine Hall For Anniversary

50th anniversary sees Goethe Institut – for Anglo-German cultural exchange – throw open its doors to newly renovated premises, and its cash at 2012 blockbuster exhibitions The historic building in Exhibition Road housing the Goethe-Institut will re-open to the public following extensive restoration on Sunday 20 May 2012, with a specially commissioned installation by German […]

21 July 2011


Bauhaus Photographer T Lux Feininger Dies At 101

The last Original Link To the Bauhaus school, T. Lux Feininger, has died A respected painter, photographer and teacher, Lux pioneered with the camera to compile an invaluable documentation of avant-garde Germany between the wars. He was the youngest son of the modernist painter Lyonel Feininger who was one of the first artists to be […]

24 May 2011


Major Bauhaus Exhibition For Barbican 2012

Bauhaus: ‘Art as Life’  26 April 2012 – 12 August 2012  Barbican Art Gallery The Barbican is to hold the biggest Bauhaus exhibition in the UK in over 40 years. It will present the modern world’s most famous art school which was founded by Walter Gropius in Weimar Germany. In spite of its name, and […]