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Beyond Bauhaus – Modernism in Britain 1933-66

Beyond Bauhaus

Modernism in Britain 1933-66

Free exhibition at 66 portland place

On the centenary of the opening of Germany’s most famous art school, our new exhibition looks afresh at the moment Britain became modern. Anchored in the brief period when three notable Bauhaus émigrés - Walter Gropius, Marcel Breuer and László Moholy-Nagy - lived and worked in the UK, it examines the reciprocal impact and legacy of this fertile moment in British architectural history through three chapters, and across three decades. 

Drawing on RIBA’s world-class collections, rarely seen objects from the ex-Bauhaus tutors will be on display alongside works by both well-known and overlooked British architects practising at the time. 

Opening times:

Monday to Saturday: 10am-5pm

Tuesday open until 8pm

Sunday: Closed

Please note the exhibition will be closed on Wednesday 13 and Thursday 14 November. 

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Our Beyond Bauhaus exhibition curator, Pete Collard, explains the thinking and ideas behind the exhibition.

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Helen Castle, RIBA Publishing Director, speaks to historian Alan Powers and RIBA Curator of Photographs Valeria Carullo about Bauhaus Britain.

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Suzanne Waters explores Modernist housing in interwar Germany, Netherlands, France and Austria

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Our display at 66 Portland Place draws on the RIBA’s unique holdings to demonstrate both the range of Moholy-Nagy’s British work and the strong ties that he established with modernist architects in Britain

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