Bauhaus Now: art, design and architecture, a legacy of migration and modernism in Brisbane

The Museum of Brisbane’s exhibition Bauhaus Now: art, design and architecture, a legacy of migration and modernism in Brisbane is set to open on Friday 18 September.
Featuring almost 100 pieces including furniture, design, paintings, printmaking, film, textiles, photography, sculpture, architectural plans and historical imagery, the exhibition will show how the revolutionary ideas of the Bauhaus movement influenced modernist art, design and architecture.
“Different to previous Bauhaus exhibitions around the world, Bauhaus Now reveals the migrant and refugee contribution to Australian life and art history in the inter-war period and post-Second World War years.”
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Event details
Date
Friday, 18 Sep 2020 to Sunday, 18 Apr 2021 + Add to Calendar
Price
Free entry with a timed ticket
Location
Museum of Brisbane
64 Adelaide Street,  Brisbane,  Qld,  Australia
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