Video work 'Threshold' on view as part of Bauhaus 100 exhibition at Ludwig Museum in Budapes

BAUHAUS100. PROGRAMME FOR THE NOW – CONTEMPORARY VIEWPOINTS 10. APRIL, 2019 – 25. AUGUST

Curators: FABÉNYI Julia, KÉSZMAN József, PETRÓ Zsuzsanna

Artists:BÁRDY Margit, BRAUN András, Students of Budapest Metropolitan University, BULLÁS József, CSEKE Szilárd, CSIKY Tibor, CSÖRGŐ Attila, DOBOKAY Máté, EPERJESI Ágnes, FEKETE Dénes, FICZEK Ferenc, FODOR János, FOGARASI Demeter, FORGÓ Árpád, GÁL András, GERGELY István, GRUPPO Tökmag, GYÖNGYÖSI Mária, GYURISITS Konrád, HALÁSZ Károly, HEGYI Csaba, JOVANOVICS Tamás, KÁLDI Kata, KÁROLYI Zsigmond, KASZÁS Tamás, KIRÁLY Eszter, Kis Varsó, KISMÁNYOKY Károly, KOKESCH Ádám, LAKNER Antal, LAKOS Dániel, LOSONCZY István, NAGY Imre, NAGY Zsófia, NEMCSICS Antal, Freya Björg OLAFSON, PALOTAI Gábor, PUKLUS Péter, ROTERS&SZOLNOKI, SÁPI Márton, SIKUTA Gusztáv, SÓGOR Ákos, SOMODY Péter, SZEGEDY-MASZÁK Zoltán, SZIRMAY Zsanett, SZOMBATHY Bálint, TEMESI Apol, Students of Újpest Bródy Imre Grammar School, Reinhard WANZKE

It was exactly 100 years ago that the Bauhaus in Weimar opened its doors in 1919 as an educational and training institution under the management of Walter Gropius. The anniversary is celebrated across the world with spectacular exhibitions. As a movement, the Bauhaus was the most influential resource and milestone in the history of modern art, while also functioning as an art workshop and a reform school. Its ideals and practices have inspired countless subsequent