The Bauhaus School, which was unprecedented in character, overturned the artistic conceptions that had been dominant throughout Europe, and its influence therefore also spread to Belgium. This lecture will explore the impacts of the Bauhaus movement on artistic production in Belgium, from the seminal ideas of Henry Van de Velde to the intermediary role played by Théo Van Doesburg, and finally to the creation of bilateral networks.
This lecture will be given by Laura Kollwelter, an art historian and independent researcher. She has contributed to several publications on the subject of the cultural transfers that took place between Germany and Belgium at the beginning of the twentieth century.
LECTURE IN FRENCH
≤ 26 yo: €3
>26 yo: €5
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Ph. Karel Maes, Untitled, Lino, 1920