In 1937, Van Beuren designed this chair for the bungalows at the famous Hotel Los Flamingos in Acapulco. It was his first project in Mexico and the beginning of the Bauhaus-trained designer's long career in the county. Source: El Diseño De Van Beuren, Ana Elena Mallet Lightolier lamp that a lot of people claim to be by Maurizio Tempestini. The brother to the little square one I found a few weeks ago.
Killingsworth, Brady and Associates, Killingsworth House (1966) Celebrating the Architecture of Edward A. KillingsworthSaturday, May 19th The Historical Society of Long Beach will be hosting a presentation by Ronald Dean Lindgren, Partner in Killingsworth Stricker Lindgren Wilson Architects. Lindgren will present “An Architectural History of Edward A. Killingsworth FAIA”, an illustrated presentation detailing Killingsworth’s work in Long Beach and beyond. A tour of homes and offices designed by Edward Killingsworth, including his personal residence, will follow the presentation. More information and tickets here.
GAPS IN THE RECORD:
VANGUARD PRINT CULTURE IN SAN DIEGO
May 11 – August 5, 2018
Gaps in the Record: Vanguard Print Culture in San Diego documents the overlapping literary and visual art practices and independent publishing activity within San Diego’s mid-twentieth century creative community. The exhibition centers on a small group of painters who were also writers: Don Dudley (1930), Guy Williams (1934-2004), Richard Allen Morris (1933), Malcolm McClain (1923-2012), John Baldessari (1931), and Fred Cooper (1939).
Curated by Dave Hampton
The opening reception has been rescheduled to Friday, June 1st
More information at San Diego History Center
Poems for Painters, by Guy Williams, Duchamp, 1963, offset print on paper