Bauhaus 100: imparare, fare, pensare
Bauhaus, the most influential school of architecture, art & design of the XXth century, was founded in 1919 in Weimar by Walter Gropius, a German architect, designer, urban planner and scholar.
To celebrate the 100 year anniversary, Macerata will host the exhibit “Bauhaus 100: imparare, fare, pensare” at the Musei Civici in Palazzo Buonaccorsi, the Library Mozzi Borgetti and at Palazzo Pellicani Silvestri. Ivo Pannaggi (1901-1981), one of the Italian artists who attended Walter Gropius’ School until its closing in 1933, was in fact from Macerata.
The cultural project doesn’t want to be merely a reconstruction of facts and events, but aims to open a debate about the fundamental role of ideas and art as necessary tools towards shaping the future.
The exhibit design is by Baldessari & Baldessari, in collaboration with Italo Rota, Maria Grazia Mattei of Meet along with other contemporary original works.
Open until November 3rd, 2019.