Bauhaus Kooperation Berlin Dessau Weimar gGmbH
Office: Dessau-Roßlau c/o Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau,
Finance Authority Dessau-Roßlau, Tax ID 114/171/51607
HRB 21748 (Register of companies Stendal)

Hereinafter referred to as Bauhaus Cooperation

Appointed directors

Dagmar Seydell, head of administration Bauhaus Archiv e.V. / Museum für Gestaltung, Berlin
Dr. Thomas Leßmann, head of administration Klassik Stiftung Weimar
The Bauhaus Cooperation will be represented in 2018 by Dagmar Seydell of the Bauhaus Archiv e.V. / Museum für Gestaltung, Berlin.


Bauhaus-Archiv e.V. / Museum für Gestaltung, Berlin
Klingelhöferstraße 14
10785 Berlin
Tel +49 (0)30 / 25 40 020

Bauhaus Dessau Foundation
Gropiusallee 38
06846 Dessau-Roßlau
Tel +49 (0)340 / 65 08 250

Klassik Stiftung Weimar
99423 Weimar
Tel +49 (0)3643 / 54 50

Bauhaus Kooperation Berlin Dessau Weimar gGmbH
Represented by Bauhaus Archiv e.V. / Museum für Gestaltung, Berlin
Dagmar Seydell

Responsible for content according to § 55 Abs. 2 RStV:
Andrea Brandis



Concept, design, programming and editing

Stan Hema GmbH
Agentur für Markenentwicklung
Hedemannstraße 14
10969 Berlin


Ben Buschfeld (BB)
Gesine Bahr (GB)
Linn Burchert (LB)
Andrea Brandis (AB)
Anja Edelmann (AE)
Franziska Eidner (FE)
Silke Feldhoff (SF)
Nicolas Flessa (NF)
Ruth Freimann (RF)
Sophia Gröschke (SG)
Cosima M. Grohmann (CG)
Anja Guttenberger (AG)
Gerhard Haase-Hindenberg (GHH)
Gregor Harbusch (GH)
Friederike Holländer (FH)
Marte Kräher (MK)
Torsten Meise (TM)
Antonija Mlikota (AM)
Nicole Opel (NO)
Özlem Özdemir (ÖÖ)
Joseph Rustom (JR)
Anne Schneider (AS)
Vikramāditya Prakāsh (VP)
Laura Raber (LR)
Rathna Ramanathan (RR)
Valerie Stephani (VS)
Johannes Siebler (JS)
Katrin Schenk (KS)
Silke Wallstein (SW)
Astrid Winterfeld (AW)

James Goff (JG)
Rachel Hinterthan-Nizan (RH)
David Koralek (DK)
Michael Robertson (MR)
Rebecca Williams (RW)


Picture credits and copyrights

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Credits homepage (the slideshows are presented in random order)


1. Logo 100 years of bauhaus.
2. Bauhaus Stage: figure in space with floor geometry and space lines (dancer: Werner Siedhoff), choreography: Oskar Schlemmer / photo: T. Lux Feininger, 1927, reproduction around 1960. Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin.
3. Figurinen des Triadischen Balletts von Oskar Schlemmer, Metropol-Theater, Berlin. Foto: Ernst Schneider, 1927. Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin.
4. Students of the building department on the balcony of the studio building, photo: unknown, 1925/1926. Bauhaus Dessau Foundation.
5. Idea and Structure of the Bauhaus, schedule for the Staatliche Bauhaus Weimar, author: Paul Klee, 1922 / photo reproduction: Markus Hawlick. © Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin.
6. Bauhaus Band, photo: unknown, 1930. Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin.
7. Hubert Hoffmann (vorn) als Junkers-Flugzeug, Foto: Erich Consemüller, um 1927. Klassik Stiftung Weimar, Bauhausmuseum, Dauerleihgabe Privatbesitz, Berlin, mit freundlicher Genehmigung von Wulf Herzogenrath. © Stephan Consemüller.
8. Faculty of Humanities, University of Ife, Nigeria /Architecture: Arieh Sharon, 1962 / © Arieh Sharon digital archive 
9. Logo 100 years of bauhaus.
10. Logo 100 years of bauhaus.
11. Leben am Bauhaus: Bauhäusler am Strand zwischen Elbe und Mulde: Xanti Schawinsky als Vortänzer, 1926/1927, Foto: Irene Bayer (?). Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin. 

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