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Become a Member for Exclusive Access to New Eileen Gray Discoveries!

In this week’s BGC Gallery Dispatch, we’re continuing to celebrate Eileen Gray with new content on the Eileen Gray exhibition virtual site. Artist, architect, designer, and fierce visionary, Eileen Gray lived a life full of adventure, passion, and creativity, taking risks and leaving her mark on the world. Learn from Eileen Gray curator Cloé Pitiot about the exciting discovery of a previously unknown drawing of Gray’s 1923 Bedroom/Boudoir for Monte Carlo.  

Then, join us on May 28 for an exclusive, members-only online discussion with Pitiot and Gallery Director Nina Stritzler-Levine about the many new discoveries featured in the Eileen Gray exhibition, including furniture and new insights into Gray’s impressive architectural practice. As a member, you will have exclusive access to this unique opportunity to learn and ask questions of one of the foremost experts on the life and work of Eileen Gray. Members will also be able to download a virtual background of Gray’s modernist masterpiece, E 1027. Using this background, we can all be in the same space virtually!

We will continue to offer events like this to connect with thought leaders, creatives, and kindred spirits as we explore design, decorative arts, and material culture through engaging, informative, and fun programs. If you’re not yet a member of Bard Graduate Center, join us today.

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Eileen Gray in the Press
The Eileen Gray exhibition and site “[make] clear how central she was to this era of architecture.”– Jason Farago, The New York Times. View more exciting press here. Learn More Button
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