By every measure, Eileen Gray ought to be as well-known as her Modernist male contemporaries. An exhibition at Bard’s Graduate Center offers a smart correction to the historical record.
Bard Graduate Center Gallery
Material Messages Between Earth and the Divine
Agents of Faith: Votive Objects in Time and Place at Bard Graduate Center Gallery in New York examines 4,000 years of votive offerings.
Resurrecting the First World’s Fair in the US Through Its Relics
A Bard Graduate Center exhibition reassembles the forgotten history of New York’s 1853–54 Crystal Palace through rare artifacts.
The Wonderland of Swedish Wooden Toys
From delicate dollhouses to globally recognized puzzles to small animal figurines, the vast variety of toys that have emerged from Sweden over time are more than just playthings.
At Bard Graduate Center Gallery, Two Shows Examine Artists Who Broke Ground in Their Fields
Barbara Nessim: An Artful Life is the first US retrospective of a pioneering artist, professional illustrator, and early user of the computer as an artistic tool. Visualizing 19th-Century New York explores New York City through prints and photographs produced by its cultural entrepreneurs.