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Kathleen Chakraborty on Eileen Gray and Cubism

Thu May 8th, 2014

Next week is IMMA’s International Symposium on Eileen Gray.  Here, Symposium speaker Kathleen Chakraborty, Professor of Art History at UCD, discusses the shared affinities of Eileen Gray and Russian-born artist Sonia Delaunay.
International Symposium: Eileen Gray, Tue 13 May – Wed 14 May, 2014
Book Tickets here.
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Peter Adam Opening the Eileen Gray Symposium

Wed May 7th, 2014
 
[caption id="attachment_137" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Eileen Gray[/caption] In anticipation of the our upcoming International Symposium on Eileen Gray, here is a taster from Peter Adam who is opening our Symposium on Tuesday evening. Adam is a British filmmaker and author. Born in Germany, his work includes Eileen Gray: Her Life and Work, Outlines : David Hockney and Art of the Third Reich. 'Looking back at the many different phases of her work one discovers a singular mind, which coloured everything she created. Her contribution to twentieth century architecture is in her refreshing thoughts and un-dogmatic approach to the quality of living. She fought many battles most of all with herself. She did not look for fame or medals; another kind of dream inhabited her outlook on things and man. She felt deeply the spirit of things and objects, reflecting and perfecting them until a house, chair or a table became the friend of man.' -Peter Adam International Symposium: Eileen Gray - Tuesday 13 May - Wednesday 14 May 2014 For Tickets, book here.