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daily
from 31 March 2022
until 26 February 2023

Intermezzo
Experimental Space: Take a Breath! An Audio Collage on the Bauhaus

// Exhibition
Bauhaus Museum Dessau, Black Box

// Exhibition
Bauhaus Museum Dessau, Black Box

Just take a breath – come to rest – listen – develop new perspectives at the Bauhaus Museum Dessau

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daily
from 15 September 2022
until 26 February 2023

Structural Psychodrama #5.
Monica Bonvicini

// Exhibition
Bauhaus Building

// Exhibitoin
Bauhaus Building, workshop wing

An artistic critique of the aseptic space of modernity.

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daily
from 7 October 2022
until 9 October 2022

Triennial of Modernism:
Housing. Working. Living.

// Exhibitions + Events + Guided Tours + Music
Urban area of Dessau-Roßlau

// Exhibitions + Events + Guided Tours + Music
Urban area of Dessau-Roßlau

The Dessau Triennial weekend 2022 will be devoted entirely to the topic “water culture”. Exemplary for this are Dessau locations and buildings of modernism from the Bauhaus Building to the Pump Station in the Dessau-Törten Housing Estate and other historical Dessau locations. The different venues of the Triennial of Modernism are linked by music.

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daily
from 20 October 2022
until 26 February 2023

Intermezzo
Be Hosted: “The Man Who Was Thursday.”
T. Lux Feininger

// Exhibition
Bauhaus Museum Dessau, Black Box

// Exhibition
Bauhaus Museum Dessau, Black Box

T. Lux Feininger, primarily known as Bauhaus photographer, uniquely combined his experiences with the Bauhaus stage and his ambitions as a visual artist in his early work. For the first time, his illustrations of the satire The Man Who Was Thursday can be exhibited together with preparatory sketches.

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daily
from 20 October 2022
until 26 February 2023

Intermezzo
On Collecting: Architecture as Mental Healing.
Franz Ehrlich

// Exhibition
Bauhaus Museum Dessau, Black Box

// Exhibition
Bauhaus Museum Dessau, Black Box

What kind of hospital architecture is needed to have a positive effect on the healing process of patients? The Bauhäusler Franz Ehrlich already investigated this question in the 1950s. The result – the Central Institute for Cardiovascular Research of the GDR Academy of Sciences – is presented in the Intermezzo with photographs, drawings and plans.

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