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Eileen Gray: Issues in Research and Architecture
A Virtual Event
July 23, 2020
12 pm
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Free for Members

Join us on Thursday, July 23 for an online discussion with Eileen Gray curator, Cloé Pitiot, and BGC Professor of Curatorial Practice and Director of Focus Project Exhibitions, Nina Stritzler-Levine, about Eileen Gray as an architect. Gray developed numerous projects throughout her long career, but her architectural work began in the early 1920s when she designed a series of hypothetical projects and built works. Among these were private houses for leisure retreat, public leisure facilities, social projects, and urban structures. New discoveries about several projects from this period suggest Gray’s involvement in previously unattributed designs. Join us for a discussion of this new research and the many remaining unanswered questions about Gray’s architecture.

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Eileen Gray Virtual Exhibition
With this online companion to Bard Graduate Center Gallery’s Eileen Gray exhibition, we invite you to explore 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. Learn More Button
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