the bauhaus heritage
Projet de recherches, photo, vidéo, installation, depuis 2012

Corona Krause and Hermann (Sven) Gautel
Since 2012, research project about the artist’s grand-parents, Hermann (called Sven) Gautel and Corona Krause, and the German Bauhaus history, with support from the Aide à la recherche artistique, CNAP, France, and the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation, the Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin, the Bauhaus Museum Weimar, Burg Giebichenstein Halle and the Landesmuseum Oldenburg.

→  Rapport de recherches CNAP, décembre 2014

• Works by the maternal grandmother Corona Krause (1906-1948), student at the Bauhaus Weimar, textile and fashion designer, are in the Bauhaus Dessau collection, and also at the Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin and the Bauhaus Museum Weimar, those by the paternal grandfather Hermann (Sven) Gautel (1905-1945), student at the Bauhaus Dessau, furniture and interior designer, in the collections of the Landesmuseum Oldenburg, the Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin and the Bauhaus Dessau.

→  BAUHAUS 100
→  MOMOWO: Women Designers, Craftswomen, Architects and Engineers between 1918 and 1945 - Corona Krause
→  Le Bauhaus à Oldenburg

Bauhaus Residenz
c/o Gropius/Muche/Schlemmer
Artist in residence, Bauhaus Dessau Foundation, Germany, Summer 2017.
The artist presented the work in progress on August 9, 2017 at the Meisterhaus Muche, and an overview of the photo work is right now on display at the exhibition of artist residencies at the Gropius house reconstructed by the Berlin architects Bruno Fioretti Marquez (photo Thomas Meyer).
Heartfelt thanks to the team of the Bauhaus Dessau, to Anthony Perinucci, Damien Poinsard and Mike, to Marit Wolters and to Gundela and Achim Göricke.

→  Bauhaus Residenz Dessau
→  Haus Gropius Zeitgenössisch

• In 2019, a selection of six photos has entered the FRAC Poitou-Charentes collection.

→  Collection du FRAC Poitou-Charentes

• See also Compost , installation, 2019, exhibition Crossing Lines, curators Christian Oxenius and Jan Tichy, Kunsthalle Osnabrück.


Voir aussi
#Objects #Icons #Paradise Lost #Self-Portraits #Memory #Who’s Who ? #Drawing #Tales, Myths #Politics #Public Collections #Censorship, Copyright, Freedom of Expression #Memento mori #Hands