Bauhaus Now! in Mass Memo Review

In review of Bauhaus Now! in Mass Memo, Celine Saoud writes:

“Curated by Ann Stephen, Bauhaus Now! explores the movement’s impact on the fine arts by displaying a wide range of installation, video, painting and sculpture that depict a modernised, ever-evolving and resurrected Bauhaus movement. Meticulously curated to take the audience through this Bauhaus journey, the exhibition begins with contemporary, abstract expressions of Bauhaus ideals, before ending with a tribute to classical elements of the movement.”

Read the full exhibition review here

Installation view, Bauhaus Now!, with Peter D Cole, Elemental landscape 2009-19, Buxton Contemporary – the University of Melbourne, 26 July – 27 October 2019. Courtesy of the artist, © the artist, photography Christian Capurro.

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