Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung
Klingelhöferstraße 14, 10785 Berlin, Germany
Phone:+49 30 2540020
NEW BAUHAUS CHICAGO: EXPERIMENT PHOTOGRAPHY
OPENING NIGHT: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH TIME: 7:00
NOVEMBER 15, 2017 TO MARCH 5, 2018
For more information: click on www.bauhaus.de/en
Various prints from THE TAD TAKANO CYBERGRAM™ PRINT COLLECTION
are included in this exhibit.
April 29-31, 2016:
A portion of THE TAD TAKANO CYBERGRAM™ PRINT COLLECTION was presented along with other renowned photographers the exciting L.A. show.
UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE OF MODERN ART
2320 WEST CHICAGO AVE
CHICAGO, IL 60022
CCCC exhibit opening night
Summer / Early Fall Exhibition "First Fridays" 2016
TAD TAKANO: CYBERGRAM
THE NEST GALLERY
800 FRANKLIN STREET
MICHIGAN CITY, IN 46360
Postcards from Takano's One Man Show
Fairweather Hardin Gallery
Photo credit: top left, center and
bottom right: courtesy:
Bauhaus Arvchive Museum
Bauhaus Archive Museum
January 29-31, 2016
Fabrik Expo: Los Angeles
Studio Grand mounted an exhibition of a distinctive selection from
THE TAD TAKANO CYBERGRAM PRINT COLLECTION.
ARTISTS: Bill Becker, Phillip Burton, Christine Celano, Don Dimmit, Michael Glass, John Greiner, John Massey, Herbert Ohl, Larry Salomon, TAD TAKANO, Guenther Tetz and Scott Zukowski Faculty Show curated by Victor Margolin
DECEMBER 9, 2016 TO JANURARY 29, 2017
UIMA & Bauhaus Chicago Foundation presents
CUBISM / COLLAGE / CYBERGRAMS / CONCRETE
4 ARTISTS FROM MOHOLY-NAGY'S SCHOOL
Alexaner Corazzo, Gretchen Schoeninger Corazzo, Robert Nickel and Tadao Takano
Chicago Bauhaus Legacy
Five prints from the TAD TAKANO CYBERGRAM PRINT COLLECTION were featured alongside works of 60 other students of the Chicago Bauhaus.
In 1937 the Chicago Association of Art and Industry invited László Moholy-Nagy to head what was to be called the New Bauhaus, four years after the Bauhaus in Berlin was dissolved in 1933 under National Socialist pressure. László Moholy-Nagy had been a Bauhaus Master from 1923-1928 in Weimar and Dessau. His teaching as well as his own diverse creative work, were characterized by a unique innovative and experimental approach to the arts.
The exhibit showcased art and design by students of Moholy-Nagy’s schools from 1937-1955: the New Bauhaus, School of Design in Chicago and Institute of Design – with special emphasis on the Foundation Course exercises. In addition, life work of both teachers and students will be shown, from 1937 to the present.
Representing more than sixty individuals, the vast majority of the exhibit is work that has never before been seen. Material has been provided through the generous loans from private collections, in addition to work from the UIMA permanent collection and the Bauhaus Chicago Committee Archive & Collection.