A series of four exhibitions explores Lenore Tawney’s life and impact, offering a personal and historical view into her entire body of work.
This exhibition of over eighty works by more than sixty artists foregrounds how visual artists have experimented with the materials, methods, and strategies of craft over the past seven decades.
Presented on the centenary of this foundational organization, Weaving beyond the Bauhaus traces the diffusion of Bauhaus artists such as Anni Albers and Marli Ehrman, and their reciprocal relationships with fellow artists and students across America.
In celebration of the Bauhaus centennial, this exhibition at the Zentrum Paul Klee investigates the history of the Bauhaus beyond Europe. Lenore Tawney, Peruvian, ca. 1962. bauhaus imaginista (on view through January 12, 2020) traces the history of a twentieth-century transcultural exchange from the perspective of international correspondence, relationships, encounters, and resonances. Artists represented include […]
Process and Practice: 40 Years of Experimentation celebrates four decades of innovation at the Fabric Workshop and Museum.