What do the spaces we inhabit tell us about ourselves? What can we do to better understand the impact of 20th century modern interiors on our lives today? Join Bard Graduate Center faculty, curators, and alumni for a lively presentation that explores the modern interior as a reflection of aesthetic, social, political, and technological factors. Presented in association with Archtober: Architecture and Design month New York City, October 2016.

With Bard Graduate Center Pat Kirkham, Professor Emerita and Research Fellow; and Marianne Lamonaca, Associate Gallery Director and Chief Curator. From the Museum of Modern Art, Luke Baker (MA, 2010), Curatorial Assistant, Department of Architecture and Design.

Free with registration. Advanced registration is required.