Tuesday, September 17, 2013

All About Bauhaus: Architecture month events salute the marriage of form and function

Posted By on Tue, Sep 17, 2013 at 2:14 PM

Bauhaus Building, Walter Gropius, 1925-26, Dessau, Germany © Gordon Watkinson
  • Bauhaus Building, Walter Gropius, 1925-26, Dessau, Germany © Gordon Watkinson
It's not all silliness here at FOTW. Occasionally we get serious long enough to share a cool thing or two, and a chance to consider the impact of Bauhaus design certainly qualifies.

September is national architecture month and there are multiple events planned around the photo exhibit Bauhaus twenty-21, opening at the Art Museum of the University of Memphis this week. One of the more immersive options is a two-day architectural photography workshop for architecture/photography professionals and students featuring Gordon Watkinson, the artist/photographer who developed the Bauhaus twenty-21 exhibit.

More about Bauhaus.
More about Bauhaus twenty-21.

More about the AMUM exhibit.


Photography Workshop: Bauhaus twenty-21
September 20-21
$200 per participant
901.678.2224
artmuseum@memphis.edu
Room 303 | Jones Hall, University of Memphis Campus
Presented in conjunction with The University of Memphis Department of Architecture & the Art Museum University of Memphis

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