On October 24th, Francis Naumann Fine Art hosted a night for Beatrice Wood Remembers, a documentary film featuring the prolific ceramic artist, whose intriguing life spanned over a century. Guests… Read more Beatrice Wood at Francis Naumann Fine Art →
In their October/November issue, British Czech and Slovak Review features the explosively creative Groag couple, including an enthusiastic review of DoppelHouse’s Jacques and Jacqueline Groag, Architect and Designer: Two Hidden… Read more British Czech and Slovak Review features Jacques and Jacqueline Groag, Queen Elizabeth →
Thursday, October 24th, 7 PM–Architecture Professor Christoper Long, who specializes in Central European architecture at UT Austin, will be lecturing on the Groags at a BookPeople event in Austin, TX.… Read more BookPeople Hosts Groag Lecture →
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.
For those of you in the Bay Area, discover the massive ten-day literary festival and a stop on Hagar Peeters’ fall tour! Coffee shops, bookstores, gardens, and museums across San… Read more DoppelHouse and LitQuake 2019! →
Join us for “Feminist Poetics and Revisionist Histories” from 8–10pm, October 12 with Hagar Peeters at Beyond Baroque in Venice, CA. Peeters will be in conversation with Verónica Cortínez, UCLA… Read more Beyond Baroque Welcomes Hagar Peeters →
A bilingual (English/Spanish) poetry reading organized and hosted by Keith Martin with Hagar Peeters (author of Malva), Mariano Zaro, Francisco Escamilla (Busstop Prophet), Mandy Kahn, and Luivette Resto. This event will focus on… Read more Neruda Poetry Night in Pasadena →
No Longer Forgotten: Architect and Designer Couple Jacques and Jacqueline Groag, Transplants of Viennese Modernism Santa Monica Public Library, Saturday, September 28 at 2pm Join publisher Carrie Paterson and Dr. Laura McGuire, translator and… Read more Architecture Lecture: Save the Date →