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Anna Rowland

American furniture designer and architect of Hungarian birth. In 1920 he took up a scholarship at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Vienna, but he left almost immediately to find a job in an architect’s office. A few weeks later he enrolled at the Bauhaus at Weimar on the recommendation of the Hungarian architect Fred Forbat (...

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American, 20th century, male.

Born 23 July 1914, in Greece. Died 23 November 2010, in Provincetown, Massechusetts.

Painter, sculptor.

Neo-Constructivism.

Nassos Daphnis emigrated to the USA in 1930 and took part in numerous group exhibitions - notably the Carnegie International in Pittsburgh in 1958 and ...

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American, 20th century, female.

Born in New Orleans.

Sculptor.

Neo-Constructivism, Op Art.

Lillian Florsheim assembles transparent Plexiglas tubes and discs in a Constructivist style, building up long and tall rhythmic columns. She exhibits mainly in the United Sates, but also in Tel Aviv and Paris, and has held shows of kinetic art in Germany....

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Colin C. Sanderson

American sculptor of Belorussian birth. He was brought up in the Russian town of Bryansk, where his father owned a metallurgy business. Early paintings display his romantic and literary spirit, for example Self-portrait (c. 1907–10; artist’s family priv. col., see 1986 exh. cat., pl. 128), but in ...

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American, 20th century, male.

Born 1882, in Villanova (Pennsylvania); died 1952, in New York.

Painter.

Neo-Constructivism.

American Abstract Artists (AAA).

Albert Gallatin studied law at the New York Law School. He made frequent visits to Paris from 1921 until 1938, where he was acquainted with the avant-garde of the art world, and built up a famous collection which he called the ...

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Gilbert Herbert

American architect, industrial designer and teacher of German birth. He was one of the most influential figures in the development of the Modern Movement, whose contribution lay as much in his work as theoretician and teacher as it did in his innovative architecture. The important buildings and projects in Gropius’s career—the early factories, the Bauhaus complex at Dessau (...

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Mark Haworth-Booth

American designer and painter, active in England. He studied painting first, at evening classes at the Mark Hopkins Institute, San Francisco (1910–12), at the Art Institute of Chicago, with lettering (1912), and in Paris at the Académie Moderne (1913–14). In ...

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American, 20th century, male.

Born 1902; died 1985.

Painter, watercolourist, draughtsman.

Constructivism.

Paul Kelpe was an abstract painter. His pieces are strictly geometric, structured around straight lines, squares, rectangles, triangles and circles. He also produced figurative murals for the Illinois Federal Art Project in the late 1930s, including a mural on the ...

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Benjamin Flowers

American architect and educator. Mayne trained at the University of Southern California (BA 1968) and Harvard (MArch 1978) and his work is influenced by the twin traditions of Russian Constructivism and Postmodern deconstruction. Many of his buildings grapple with both questions of form (in particular its relation to program) and the shifting nature of materials. He, along with ...

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Terence A. Senter

American painter, sculptor, photographer, designer, film maker, theorist, and teacher, of Hungarian birth. Moholy-Nagy’s importance in the 20th century is based as much on his theories as on his practical work. His ideologies related to the relationship between space, time, and light, and the interaction of man with these forces. His great achievement was that he applied his mystical outlook to highly practical enterprises and always recognized the purpose behind his creativity....