Beyond Bauhaus is a more than yearlong series of exhibitions, publications and commissioned installations featuring contemporary artists whose practices are inspired by or respondent to the history of Bauhaus (1919-1933), the German art school so influential on modern art, architecture, craft, design and education. Beyond Bauhaus coincided with the centennial of the founding of the Bauhaus, which left a legacy based on radical experimentation in all the arts. Through solo exhibitions, group shows, public art installations and online projects, Beyond Bauhaus highlighted the lasting impact of the Bauhaus on creative practice and on the interdisciplinary nature of arts education. The exhibitions were complemented by two publications: a scholarly catalogue that includes essays by the curator, art historians, and artists, and International Style, a digital publication to accompany the online exhibition.
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Art doubles its Regional Re-granting Program from 16 to 32 cities and regions around the country.