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Welcome to the Press area of the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation. If you should not find what you are looking for, please get in touch with us.

You can reach us here:
presse@bauhaus-dessau.de
phone +49-340-6508-471

Press Officer
Dr. Helga Huskamp
phone +49-340-6508-225
huskamp@bauhaus-dessau.de

Press- and Communication office:
Sandra Plessing
phone +49-340-6508-234
plessing@bauhaus-dessau.de

Press contact "Big Plans!"

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artistic estate of the photographer UMBO

Berlinische Galerie, Sprengel Museum Hannover and Bauhaus Dessau Foundation
purchase the artistic estate of the photographer UMBO

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"Big Plans"
Exhibition Architecture

The architectural partnership umschichten is raising the bar for exhibition architecture with a new concept: precycling.

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Big Plans! 2016

Modern Figures, Visionaries, and Inventors. Applied Modernism in Saxony-Anhalt 1919-1933. Exhibition at the Bauhaus Dessau (May 4th 2016 – January 6th 2017). With Partner-Exhibitions in Dessau, Halle (Saale), Magdeburg, Merseburg, Leuna, Elbingerode und Quedlinburg.

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Gonzalez Hinz Zabala will build museum

The young Spanish architecture firm Gonzalez Hinz Zabala will build the Bauhaus Museum Dessau. This is the outcome of contract negotiations with the two first prize winners which were announced in September as the result of an international, open architectural design competition.

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Bauhaus 100

All available press material for the 100-Anniversary-Celebration of the Bauhaus Movement in 2019 are available here:

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Bauhaus Museum Dessau

In occasion of the 100th Bauhaus anniversary, the Foundation Bauhaus Dessau is intending the construction of a Bauhaus Museum in Dessau.

Bauhaus general

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Studio Building

Sleep Like a Bauhaus Student. The studio building of the Dessau Bauhaus offers you the opportunity to stay in rooms that were once lived in by Josef Albers, Alfred Arndt, or Franz Ehrlich - and the interior of Marianne Brandt's studio has been reconstructed as well.