Ryan Gander, “The Artists Have The Keys”, 2014

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Ryan Gander, “The Artists Have The Keys”, 2014

  Artist: Ryan Gander (born 1976 in Chester, England; lives and works in London, England). Materials: Exhibition at the house of Ernö Goldfinger, 2 Willow Road, Hampstead, London Description: Inspired by the furniture and fittings that Ernö Goldfinger designed for 2 Willow Road, Gander created new works to be interspersed with the collection inside the […]

Arni Haraldsson, The Goldfinger Project, 2007

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<b>Arni Haraldsson, <i>The Goldfinger Project</i>, 2007</b>

Artist: Arni Haraldsson (born in Iceland; lives and works in Vancouver, Canada). Description: “The Goldfinger Project explored social utopian ideology through the photography of Brutalist architecture. “The project documents both fictional and factual narratives across a wide range of media from one of Brutalism’s key exponents and a leading figure of the Modern Movement; Ernö […]

Ursula Mayer, Interiors, 2006

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<b>Ursula Mayer, <i>Interiors</i>, 2006</b>

Artist: Ursula Mayer (born Ried im Innkreis, Austria; lives and works in London, England and Austria). Materials: Super-16 mm transfer on DVD; color and black and white; 3 min 10 sec. Description: “The film Interiors (2006), portrays two women wandering through the London home of architect Ernö Goldfinger and his wife Ursula, a house, which was […]

“Yesterday’s Tomorrows,” 2010

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<b>“Yesterday’s Tomorrows,” 2010</b>

Curator: Lesley Johnstone (lives and works in Montreal, Canada). Description: “Why have so many contemporary artists returned in recent years to the forms, ideas and aspirations of Modernist architecture and design? “This question lies at the heart of Yesterday’s Tomorrows, an exhibition that brings together works by ten Canadian and international artists who examine Modernism […]

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