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While Bard Graduate Center Gallery is now closed for installation of the upcoming Majolica Mania: Transatlantic Pottery in England and the United States, 1850–1915 exhibition (postponed until September because of the ongoing pandemic), there are still many ways for you to engage with Eileen Gray through the online features listed below.

  • Explore the online exhibition to learn about many different aspects of Gray’s career, from her celebrated projects to many lesser-known and recently rediscovered pieces on display for the first time
  • Rewatch the symposium, Eileen Gray: New Research and Methodologies to see presentations by leading international historians, curators, and architects who are currently investigating Eileen Gray’s versatile career.
  • Read excerpts from the Eileen Gray catalogue, which is available for purchase in BGC’s online store.
  • Explore the Eileen Gray exhibition with BGC Gallery educator Rachael Schwabe (BGC MA 2020) as she shares her thoughts and reflections on Eileen Gray’s creative practice.
  • Visit our YouTube Page to rewatch the Eileen Gray webinar series, including Eileen Gray: New Discoveries, Eileen Gray: Issues in Research and Architecture, and Eileen Gray: Architectural Drawing as Spatial Praxis, featuring Emma Cormack, associate curator, BGC Gallery; Cloé Pitiot, curator and co-editor, Eileen Gray exhibition and catalogue; Nina Stritzler-Levine, professor, Bard Graduate Center, and project director and co-editor, Eileen Gray exhibition and catalogue; and Caroline Constant, professor emerita of architecture, University of Michigan.
  • Learn more about Seizo Sugawara, Eileen Gray’s enduring collaborator in this webinar featuring Emma Cormack, associate curator, BGC Gallery; and Ruth Starr, Art Historian, Trinity College Dublin.

Thank you for your support!

The Bard Graduate Center Gallery will reopen for Majolica Mania: Transatlantic Pottery in England and the United States, 1850–1915, from September 24, 2021 – January 2, 2022. Learn more here.

Upcoming Programs
American Women and the Duster Coat with Rebecca Jumper Matheson
February 19, 2021, 1:00 pm ET Attend the Decorative Arts Trust’s February virtual dialogue featuring Rebecca Jumper Matheson ,BGC PhD candidate, and Michele Majer, BGC Assistant Professor. Registration opens February 15. Learn More Button
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