Bauhaus und Amerika : Experimente in Licht und Bewegung

  • Pirsig-Marshall, T; Bartles, K; Gärtner, U; Blume, T; Jones, J
  • Language: de
  • Impressum: Bielefeld : Kerber Verlag, 2018
  • Binding: Boek; 272 p ill
  • Artist(s): Kandinsky, Wassily; Mack, Heinz; Piene, Otto; Albers, Josef; Moholy-Nagy, László; Cage, John; Schlemmer, Oskar
  • Location: BAUHAUS
  • ISBN/ISSN: 9783735605603
  • VUBIS: 102082
  • Annotation: Met lijst werken. - Met bio- en bibliografie

Description Bauhaus und Amerika : Experimente in Licht und Bewegung

Tent. Münster, LWL-Museum für Kunst und Kultur, Westfälisches Landesmuseum, 09-11-2018, 10-03-2019. - Groepstentoonstelling onderzoekt de receptie van Bauhaus in de Verenigde Staten. - Coll. VAM: Moholy-Nagy, László, Ein Lichtspiel: Schwarz-Weiss-Grau, 1930, p. 149 ill. zw. ; Mack, Heinz, Lichtrelief, 1965, p. 203 ill. zw. ; Piene, Otto, Reines Licht, 1959, p. 205 kleur. - Groupexhibition focuses on artists who, after the Bauhaus was closed in 1933, emigrated to America to carry forward their ideas and experiments there. Starting with the Bauhaus stage as an interdisciplinary laboratory for experiments in light and movement, the diverse controversies in this field are examined for the first time. Ranging from light and kinetic art to experimental film and dance and performance art, this epoch-spanning exhibition shows the far-reaching influence of these interactions. As early as in the 1950s the ideas were having a reverse influence from America on Europe and are still reflected in contemporary art today. That is why the exhibition not only concentrates on the positions of the Bauhaus and its American successor institutions, but spans developments right up to the present.