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“A Total Work of Art: Bauhaus-Bayer-Aspen,” at the Aspen Institute’s Resnick Gallery, explores the impact of the art school on Bayer’s work in multiple media. At the Institute’s Paepcke Gallery, “Bauhaus 1919—1928” showcases photographs of Bayer’s pioneering displays for the 1938 Bauhaus exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York (both exhibits run July 1 to June 2020). … [Read more...] about Celebrating the Bauhaus in … Aspen?
The show gets started around 7:00 pm every night. Each set of music will typically last about an hour followed by a slight intermission for food/drinks and conversation. The show starts to wind down with last trains around 12:00 and goes as late as 1:00 am. Cover charge for tourists with passport ranges from 1500 - 2000 JPY and is 2700 JPY for everyone else. Drinks and food start from 400 - 800 JPY. Bauhaus is located less than two minutes from Roppongi station. … [Read more...] about Bauhaus Roppongi Rock Club
The show is not just a concert, but a performance! What may be an otherwise hard-working and serious office worker will soon be banging their head, shouting at the top of their lungs, and thrashing their hands about in the air to the hypnotic power of rock. This live house is famous as a gathering place for domestic and international musicians traveling Japan incognito and as a general meeting place for all those that love rock. You are free to make requests for songs you want to hear from the band, should it be in their repertoire. … [Read more...] about Bauhaus Roppongi Live House
But I’m happy flicking through the Bauhaus books provided — full of pictures of the students crowded onto these balconies. I am nearly a century too late to be photographed here by Laszlo Moholy-Nagy or painted on the staircase by Oskar Schlemmer, but I eat a triple-sandwich in the restored canteen, seated on a steel tube stool designed by another resident of the Studios, Marcel Breuer (apparently inspired by his bicycle handlebars). His tubular furniture became must-haves in Sixties homes and still sell today (in a perversion of the mass production ideal) for hundreds of euros. … [Read more...] about A night at the Bauhaus, the famous German architecture school