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Triennale der Moderne 27 September - 13 October 2013

Berlin, Weimar and Dessau

The initiative for a ‘Triennale der Moderne’ (Modernism Triennial) started from the UNESCO World Heritage sites in Berlin, Weimar and Dessau and intends to build a network of modern architecture and make the world heritage of modern architecture in Germany known. In the opening year of the Triennial 2013, the initiative includes the Berlin year theme ‘Destroyed diversity’; in 2016 Dessau will celebrate the 90th anniversary of the Bauhaus building and becomes the starting point for many activities; 2019 finally focuses on Weimar, to celebrate the anniversary of '100 Years of Bauhaus’.

Berlin is seen as the Modern Metropolis in the first Triennale weekend (27-29 September 2013), Weimar as the Cradle of Modernism in the second Triennale weekend (4 – 6 October) and Dessau as Modernism’s Laboratory in the third weekend (11 – 13 October. Three locations in three autumn weekends between 27.9. and 13.10.2013, accompanied by special events such as tours, exhibitions and conferences.

For more information, see: www.triennale-der-moderne.de