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| Bauhaus – Networking Ideas and Practice
Anschließend an das Symposium und die Ausstellung über Hubert Hoffmann in der Neuen Galerie Graz sind in den kommenden Wochen folgende Ausstellungen im Rahmen des BAUNET Project geplant:
Bauhaus – Networking Ideas and Practice
Venue: MSU Zagreb
Date: May 9th 2015, 7 p.m.
Organizer: Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb
The exhibition Bauhaus – Networking Ideas and Practice will present the experimental practice of artists and architects from south-eastern Europe and the neighbouring countries who studied at Bauhaus, such as Otti Berger, Gustav Bohutinsky, August Černigoj, Ivana Tomljenović Meller, and Selman Selmanagić. The exhibition will also show a selection of works by their famous teachers like Marcel Breuer, Vassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, László Moholy-Nagy, and others. It will focus on the experimental character of art practice and the influence of Bauhaus’ ideas and practices on the art scene of the 1950s in the context of European art tendencies of the time. A special emphasis will be placed on the segment of research devoted to the pedagogical models developed in the legacy of Bauhaus’ experimental practice. The topic of the exhibition will be presented with the help of different museum tools, such as videos, documentary films, models, 3D presentations, and reconstructions of individual works. Archival and documentary material, both original and digitalized, will also be included.
The exhibition will be accompanied by an illustrated catalogue with texts authored by collaborating experts and a comprehensive documentation. Apart from serving as a lasting record of the exhibition, the catalogue will be a unique professional publication comprising novel and valuable data, interpretations, and insights into the activities of Bauhaus through the individual oeuvres of artists and their subsequent international reception.
Exhibition at Loški Museum in Škofja Loka
Venue: Loški Museum – Avgust Černigoj Gallery Lipica
Date: June 18th 2015, 7 p.m.
Organizer: Loški Museum, Škofja Loka
The exhibition curated by Jana Mlakar and Barbara Sterle Vurnik will be organized in collaboration with the Avgust Černigoj Gallery in Lipica. It will demonstrate the experimental character of Bauhaus’ art practice in the work of Avgust Černigoj and the influence of his experimental work on the artistic and pedagogical practice of the 1950s. An interactive multimedia presentation of the database will be a part of the exhibition.
During the exhibition, intense educational activity will be conducted at two venues, at Loški Museum in Škofja Loka and the Avgust Černigoj Gallery in Lipica, in the form of lectures, interactive workshops, and guided tours targeted at visitors belonging to different age and interest groups. A special feature will be the emphasis on educational programs at the Avgust Černigoj Gallery, which aims at increasing the Gallery’s visibility in the cultural landscape of the region.
Exhibition at the Bosnian Institute, Sarajevo
Venue: Bosnian Institute, Sarajevo
Date: September 17th 2015, 7 p.m.
Organizer: Academy of Fine Arts, Sarajevo
The Bosnian Institute in Sarajevo will show the multimedia segment of the exhibition Bauhaus – Networking Ideas and Practice. The concept author Aida Abadžić Hodžić will present various architectural and pedagogical Bauhaus models in the work of Selman Selmanagić.
During the exhibition, there will be a presentation of BAUNET’s online database, followed by guided tours and thematic lectures at the Bosnian Institute and the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo, in the Bauhaus-Selmanagić Room, targeted at students, teachers, and artists. In this way, Bauhaus’ ideas will be presented and conveyed to a generation of young artists by means of new technologies.
Bauhaus – Networking Ideas and Practice (BAUNET) is an international research and exhibition project involving four cultural institutions from four European countries – Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, and Slovenia. The leading partner on the project is the Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb, while the co-organizers are Universalmuseum Joanneum in Graz (Austria), Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Loški Museum in Škofja Loka (Slovenia)
The BAUNET project was launched in October 2013. It will last for two years and comprises research on the artists’ oeuvres, digitalization of artistic and archival material, creation of the BAUNET portal and a data base as a central point for future research, conferences, workshops, lectures, and finally exhibitions that will take place in 2015 in all the partner countries: Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, and Slovenia.
Langtext über das BAUNET Projekt: About the BAUNET Project
Link zu kommenden Ausstellungen: upcoming activities
Link zur Ausstellung in Zagreb: Museum of Contemporary Art | Zagreb