Talk: Panayotis Tournikiotis | The Bauhaus in Greece - Εικόνα

In November, the SNFCC’s collaboration with the Goethe-Institut Athen, in view of the 100-year anniversary of the Bauhaus School, continues, through talks, screenings and art workshops for children and adults.

“Bauhaus at 100” explores the legacy of the 20th century’s most iconic art & design school in the fields of architecture, industrial design, the arts, dance and education.


Bauhaus Talks: Panayotis Tournikiotis
The Bauhaus in Greece: Myth and Reality

The ideas and methods of the Bauhaus, and of its most renowned masters and teachers, reached Greece early on, during the interwar period. Architects Fred Forbat and Ioannis Despotopoulos spread these ideas, which had a small, yet important, influence on other architects and artists. The interest in the Bauhaus increased even more during the 1960s and was both a source of inspiration and a myth for future generations. Today, after 100 years, we can review and evaluate this creative exchange of ideas.

Panayotis Tournikiotis is professor of architectural theory, and the director of the History and Theory of Architecture Lab at the National Technical University of Athens, School of Architecture.


Thursday 14/11

Simultaneous translation into the Greek Sign Language will be provided.

See also

Wednesday 13/11, 19:00

Jannis Psychopedis converses with Denys Zacharopoulos


Sunday 10/11, 12:00

Bauhaus Workshop for Families: Utopia in My City


Thursday 21/11, 19:00

Bauhaus Workshop for Adults: Back to the Studio