After its foundation in Weimar in 1919, the Bauhaus developed into an exemplary and internationally known teaching model. Despite its brief existence and a changeable profile, it acquired world-wide influence. It is still possible to discern the basic approaches of the Bauhaus model in fine and applied art practice and teaching today. As an interdisciplinary but also contentious model of training, the Bauhaus prompts a discussion of its current relevance from various perspectives.
Including essays by Gerd de Bruyn, Jeannine Fiedler, Sokratis Georgiadis, Kai-Uwe Hemken, Hans Dieter Huber, Nils Emde/niko.31, Philip Ursprung, Karin Wilhelm and Annett Zinsmeister