J.Maciuika paskaita Resonant Patterns: The Art of Kazys Varnelis in the Context of Bauhaus Modernism

Pradžia: Grd 15, 2017 6:30 p.m.

Adresas: Susivienijimas Lietuvių Amerikoje (SLA) meno galerija, 307 W 30th Street, New York, NY 10001, US

Organizatorius: Gintarė Bukauskas, Niujorko miesto Lietuvių bendruomenė

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Kviečiame į John Maciuika paskaitą “Resonant Patterns: The Art of Kazys Varnelis in the Context of Bauhaus Modernism.”
Šiais metais minime 100 – ąsias tapytojo ir kolekcionieriaus Kazio Varnelio gimimo metines.
Gegužės mėnesį tai atšventeme SLA drauge su Kazio Varnelio namo /muziejaus muziejininke Gabriele Paškevičiūte ir tapytojo sūnumi Kaziu Varneliu. Vakaro metu su nuotraukų pagelba buvo pristatytas dailininko gyvenimas, kūrybinė veikla ir jo kolekcija.
Liepos pradžioje, Lietuvos Nacionalinėje Dailės galerijoje duris atvėrė paroda “Optika ir struktūros” skirta Kazio Varnelio kūrybai, kurios metu profesorius Jonh Maciuika pristatė paskaitą “Resonant Patterns: The Art of Kazys Varnelis in the Context of Bauhaus Modernism.”

We are pleased to invite you to the lecture, “Resonant Patterns: The Art of Kazys Varnelis in the Context of Bauhaus Modernism” presented by John Maciuika.
This year we celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the birth of Kazys Varnelis.
In May we celebrated with a museum curator of Kazys’ home museum, Gabriele Paskeviciute and the painter’s son, Kazys Varnelis Jr. A slideshow of the painter’s life, his creative works and his collection of art were presented later in the evening.
In early July the Lithuanian National Art Gallery opened with the exhibit “Optika ir Strukturos” [Optics and Structure] dedicated to Kazys Varnelis’ work and followed by a lecture by professor John Maciuika, “Resonant Patterns: The Art of Kazys Varnelis in the Context of Bauhaus Modernism.”

John V. Maciuika specializes in the history of modern architecture and design. He teaches courses in the history of art, architecture, urbanism, the decorative arts, and design at the City University of New York’s Baruch College and at the CUNY Graduate Center. His research interests include the relationship between architecture and cultural identity; shifting narratives of the “modern” over time in architecture and design; the sociology of the design professions; and the cultural politics of architecture in particular national settings. Professor Maciuika is a Fellow of the American Academy in Rome (2015), a Fellow of Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (2002) and the recipient of a generous residential fellowship from the DAAD/German Academic Exchange Service. He delivered an earlier version of this lecture in Vilnius at the National Gallery of Modern Art in July 2017.

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