House Gropius || Contemporary

Bauhaus Residency Programme 2016 to 2018

The ensemble of Masters’ Houses in Dessau became the epitome of an artists’ colony in the 1920s: this was where the Bauhaus Masters lived next door to one another. With the Bauhaus Residency Programme, the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation makes it possible for young artists to once again live and work in the Masters’ Houses. The publication presents the programme, the exhibition House Gropius || Contemporary,and the artists-in-residence at the Bauhaus in the years 2016 to 2018 and examines the influence of architecture on creative processes, the importance of artistic residencies, and the relevance of the Bauhaus for artistic practice today.

Artists: Alexandar Hadjiev (Bulgaria, lives in Germany), Amor Muñoz (Mexico), Anael Berkovitz (Israel, lives in the USA), Andrea Canepa (Peru, lives in Germany and Spain), Andrea Grützner (Germany), Clemens Krauss (Austria, lives in Germany), Gabi Schillig (Germany), Jakob Gautel (Germany, lives in France), Jiyoung Yoon (Korea), Marit Wolters (Germany, lives in Austria) Markus Hoffmann (Germany), Martyna Marciniak (Poland, lives in the UK), Mervyn Groot (Netherlands), Minha Lee (Korea), Paul Beckett (UK, lives in Germany), Rudy Decelière (France, lives in Switzerland), Sebastian Stumpf (Germany), Špela Mastnak (Slovenia, lives in Germany), TM Sisters (USA), Wagehe Raufi (Germany)

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House Gropius || Contemporary

March 2019

ISBN 978-3-7356-0524-5 (DE), 978-3-7356-0525-2 (ENGL.)

21 × 29,7 cm

144 pages

137 colored and 29 b/w illustrations

Softcover, bound

Languages: German, English

Herausgegeben für die Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau von Claudia Perren und Alexia Pooth

Text by
Ariane Beyn, Valentina Buitrago Garcia, Michael Diers, Magdalena Droste, Caroline Jansky, Claudia Perren, Alexia Pooth, Katja Szymczak

Design by
Herburg Weiland, München

Haus Gropius || Zeitgenössisch,  Januar 2019 bis Dezember 2019, Haus Gropius, Dessau-Roßlau