The Bauhaus International Poster Exhibition in Los Angeles
On Thursday, September 19th from 6:30 - 8:30 pm, our team attended the gallery of Bauhaus 100, a poster installation and reception honoring the Bauhaus and its centurial legacy across the world.
The Bauhaus is an art school founded by Walter Gropius, who had a vision to create a multi-disciplinary school that respected all crafts. The Bauhaus name became a symbol of new ideas and techniques that found their way into nearly every aspect of arts, crafts, typography, architecture, and design.
Bauhaus 100 is a poster campaign illustrative of the impact Bauhaus has on modern and creative society. This project commemorates the impact of the Bauhaus on the world, paving the way for design, believe in harmony of form and function, changing contemporary art across a century.
These are the names of the artists who contributed to this poster installation, not in any particular order or match the artwork. Please credit the following artists, mostly from Europe:
This exhibit evolves and grows with each new artwork that is added to the collection. The deadline has been postponed twice, and we hope that the new deadline of March 31, 2020 will allow more and more artists to participate in this poster action. Organized by PosterTerritory, the Helms Bakery exhibition presents more than 70 posters created by a variety of worldwide artists and designers. The Bauhaus 100 poster campaign is curated by Serge Serov, AGI, Golden Bee Global Biennale President. This event is supported by BrandCulture. We hope you enjoy the images below, if you repost, please credit the photography team at Design for [Everyone].