Bauhaus Magazine issue 11 – Centenary
Bauhaus Dessau Foundation (Ed.)
With texts by Tarek Barkouni, Franziska Eidner, Hans-Ulrich Gumbrecht, Timothy Ingold, Monika Markgraf, Claudia Perren, Katrin Schamun, Marietta Schwarz, Laura Weißmüller und anderen.
The Bauhaus Magazine No. 11 appears at the end of the major Bauhaus anniversary year. A review as preview. What was, what remains, and, most importantly, what is to come at the Bauhaus Dessau after 100 years of bauhaus? The magazine looks back at an eventful jubilee and captures special moments, atmospheres, encounters, and insights. Bauhaus No. 11 presents the radical ideas that the Bauhaus has inspired in 100 young architecture students from all over the world and asks what a modern-day Bauhaus school might look like—it dances on the stage, browses in the building research archive, visits the new Bauhaus Museum Dessau, and experiences the Dessau Bauhaus buildings in a completely new way. In the process, it meets Bauhaus experts and newcomers, fans and sceptics, tourists and performance artists, historians and shapers of the future.
2019, Spector Books, Leipzig
189 pp. numerous colour and black-white illustrations, perfect bound softcover
Bauhaus Architecture 1919–1933
The architectural photographer, Hans Engels, depicts a selection of famous and less famous buildings by architects such as Walter Gropius, Marcel Breuer and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Informative texts by Axel Tilch complement the photos with valuable details about the buildings’ history.
Die Gärten des Bauhauses
Diese erste grundlegende Auseinandersetzung mit den Gärten des Bauhauses von Walter Gropius und Carl Fieger vermittelt nicht nur wertvolle Erkenntnisse über Entwurfsplanung und Realisierung, sondern fördert auch die zum Teil erheblichen Eingriffe durch zahlreiche Renovierungsmaßnahmen zutage.
The Bauhaus in Weimar, Dessau and Berlin
In its mere 14 years of existence, the Bauhaus gave rise to a fascination which persists until today. This book introduces the Bauhaus architects, guides us through the sites of the school’s activities and former homes of the Bauhaus members, and it portrays some of the artists. It recounts the unconventional forms of living, working and learning at the Bauhaus, and describes its creativity – from the enthusiastic period of its foundation in Weimar, to its establishment in Dessau and finally its forced closure by the Nazis, in Berlin in 1933.