Paul Klee and the Oriental Carpet
On the centenary of Klee’s journey to Tunis in 2014

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Once a ‘Palace for Cars’ – Today Due for the Wrecking Ball
The Kant Garage Palace in Berlin

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The Last Two Years of the Bauhaus

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The Triadic Ballet
A Project of the Tanzfonds Erbe

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bauhaus: open archive
Walter Gropius Estate goes online

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The Critic is for Art

In association with the Academy of Arts in Berlin the Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen Dresden present in their prorgamme for the current exhibition "In the Network of Modernism. Kirchner, Braque, Kandinsky, Klee ... Richter, Bacon, Altenbourg and their critic Will Grohmann
", an international colloquium, which will be held in Dresden and Berlin from 3 – 5 December under the title “Der Kritiker ist für die Kunst” (The Critic is for Art). The function of art criticism then and now will be discussed. 

Lecture at the Bauhaus

On September 11th at 6 pm Joachim Driller talks about "Marcel Breuer as architect". An addition to the current exhibition. Free entrance.

Klee's Pedagogical Estate is now online

Finally! Paul Klee’s complete lecture material is now online in a digital archive. After four years of work, Marianne Keller and Fabienne Eggelhöfer from the Zentrum Paul Klee in Berne have worked up Klee’s "Pedagogical Estate" and have integrated it into a free database. At the same time, the ZPK today inaugurates the exhibition "Master Klee! Teacher at the Bauhaus" with the real lecture material. Here is the link:

To see and write Kandinsky

The presentation "Kandinsky sehen und schreiben" by Kathrin Heinz will take place on 16 July at 6 pm at the Mariann Steegmann Institute of the University of Bremen and focusses on the artist Wassily Kandinsky, especially on his self-positioning and self-evidence as well as on the handling of art history with the pictures and images designed by the artist. More informationen here.