Through five subsections of its Fall exhibit, the Austrian Cultural Forum New York proves how Austrian architects have influenced the spaces around us in all three dimensions. Until February 17th,… Read more A Peak into “Resident Alien,” New York’s nod to Austrian Architects →
The Francis Naumann Gallery in Manhattan will host a film screening of Steven Watson’s Beatrice Wood Remembers, based on the life of the prolific artist who is central to Naumann’s book, Mentors.
We must thank journalist and curator David Růžička for mounting and touring the traveling exhibition of Adolf Loos—A Private Portrait with photos by Claire Beck Loos and of the Beck family.
Don’t miss our event Sunday Feb 18 with multi-media artist Kurosh ValaNejad, who was recently featured in Kayhan Life for his contributions to the award-winning video game “The Cat and the Coup.”
“Claire Beck Loos, the Witness of an Era” — exhibition in Pilsen examines the life of architect Adolf Loos through the biography of him written by photographer and author Claire Beck Loos. The Pilsen Synagogue is home to the exhibition all summer.
Until mid-August Liat Yossifor’s work is on exhibition at Páramo Gallery in Guadalajara, Mexico. Read about Yossifor’s new monochrome works here: http://tinyurl.com/hecjj4u
We are happy to find Charles Paterson’s fruitful life and career included on the new Aspen Modern website. He can be found on the second row under the architects tab… Read more Aspen Modern Website Features Charles Paterson and The Boomerang Lodge →
Paul T. Frankl — A Viennese Designer in New York and Los Angeles” exhibition opening night.
October 4, 2013 at the Kiesler Stiftung in Vienna. Christopher Long speaks about Frankl’s autobiography and the Frankl retrospective exhibition he co-curated with Laura McGuire on view until February 1, 2014. Paul T. Frankl is scarcely known in Austria – the exhibition aims to recall him and his oeuvre into the cultural memory of his home city.