For this issue of Decorating Dissidence we wanted to reflect on last year’s centenary of the Bauhaus. Now at 101 years, the celebrations may be over but the movement’s legacy still offers much to be learned, developed and reflected on.… Editorial: Bauhaus Continued
Τhe centenary of the Bauhaus in 2019 created a unique opportunity for a re-examination of craft in the Bauhaus movement through many exhibitions in Germany and beyond.… Exhibition Review: Craft in the Bauhaus centenary and beyond
Continuing Decorating Dissidence’s exploration into the legacy of the Bauhaus weaving workshops, Suzanna Petot got in touch with Erica Warren, Associate Curator in the Department of Textiles at the Art Institute of Chicago, to ask a few questions about her career and her most recent exhibition…… Curator Interview: Tracing the Bauhaus Threads with Erica Warren
The work within the weaving workshop and beyond, was transformative and fundamental to the school’s success…… Women of Bauhaus: Beyond the warp and weft…
How much Bauhaus is too much Bauhaus?… Does the Bauhaus belong in a Museum?
We chose to spotlight Bilbao’s work in this Bauhaus special issue because her socially conscious architecture echoes a commitment to geometric scale and a simplicity of translating design.… Spotlight: Tatiana Bilbao