“The Man Who Was Thursday.” + Architecture as Mental Healing

// Guided Tours + Talk + Film
Thu, 20 Oct 2022, 6 p.m.
Bauhaus Museum Dessau, Foyer + Black Box

Two new Intermezzi will be on view at the Bauhaus Museum Dessau starting 20 October 2022: Architecture as Mental Healing presents Franz Ehrlich's former Institute for Cortico-Visceral Pathology and Therapy in Berlin-Buch. And "The Man Who Was Thursday" shows the Bauhausler T. Lux Feininger, known primarily as a photographer, as a painter. The guest at the opening is T. Lux Feininger's son, Conrad Feininger.

O p e n i n g

Barbara Steiner, director an CEO of the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation

"The Man Who Was Thursday" T. Lux Feininger
// Introduction
Torsten Blume, Curator, Bauhaus Dessau Foundation

T. Lux Feininger as a painter
// talk
Torsten Blume + Conrad Feininger, T. Lux Feininger's son

Architecture as Mental Healing. Franz Ehrlich
// Introduction
Wolfgang Thöner, Curator, Bauhaus Dessau Foundation

Heilung durch Schlaf (Healing through sleep)
// Documentary film about the clinic for sleep therapy in the Berlin-Buch Municipal Hospital
Director: Hanna Emuth; german, 18 min., black and white, GDR, DEFA Studio for Popular Science Films, 1955

Guided tours of the Intermezzi