Exhibitions / Talks: ‘Cultivating Modernism’ | SA

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‘CULTIVATING MODERNISM’ EXHIBITION and PUBLIC LECTURE

Cultivating modernism: reading the modern garden 1917-71

17 February – 31 March 2014

Exhibition at Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, Hawke Building, City West campus, University of South Australia

Cultivating Modernism comes alive at the Kerry Packer Civic Gallery through a kaleidoscopic mix from rarely seen books, prints, and ephemera charting garden making during a turbulent period from pre-war European functionalism to a more relaxed post-war Californian modern. A vital journey into our recent past.

 

Cultivating modernism: French garden style of the 1920s and 1930s

17 February – 31 March 2014

Exhibition at Architecture Museum, Kaurna building, City West campus

The Architecture Museum will host an exhibition drawing on rare art deco prints and publication of French exhibitions. Cultivating modernism: French garden style of the 1920s and 1930s will provide a rich coverage of Cubist and other decorative approaches to garden design.

 

Join author and curator Richard Aitken for a Public Lecture

18 February 2014 at 6pm in the Bradley Forum, University of South Australia, City West campus

In this forum session, Richard Aitken, curator of the exhibition Cultivating Modernism: reading the modern garden 1917–71 and author of the accompanying book, will introduce aspects of the exhibition and book.

 

Exhibition viewing will follow this session from 7pm – 8pm.

 

Register FREE via website or phone RSVP line on 8302 0215

 

 

Visit the website at https://cultmod.org/


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