Book cover: Pointed Leaf Press
Kabbalah in Art and Architecture
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
7:30 pm; Tour at 6:15 pm
Join author and architect Alexander Gorlin as he discusses his new book, which explores the influence—acknowledged or not—of Kabbalah on modern design.
Don't miss a special architecture tour of the Museum led by Gorlin at 6:15 pm when he will reveal the building's Kabbalistic elements. Space is limited.
Light reception with book sale and signing to follow.
$12/$8 Members (program only)
$22/$18 Members (program with tour)
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Don’t have a copy of the book yet? Click here to purchase it at our Museum Store.
Check out The New York Times interview with Gorlin here.
Alexander Gorlin has been named one of Architectural Digest’s Top 100 Architects since 2000, and has won numerous AIA Awards. His work has been exhibited in the MoMA, the Venice Biennale and the Chicago Athenaeum, as well as published in The New York Times, Architectural Record, and Interior Design.
A graduate of the Cooper Union School of Architecture and an M.Arch from the Yale School of Architecture, Gorlin applies modernist principles to a broad range of projects, including high-end residential work, apartment buildings, schools, religious buildings, master planning, and supportive and affordable housing. He is noted for his inventive use of space, light, and natural materials.
In addition to his design work, Gorlin is also a noted architectural critic and scholar. He is the subject of a monograph, Alexander Gorlin: Buildings and Projects and is the author of numerous books including Tomorrow’s Houses: New England Modernism and two definitive volumes on The New American Townhouse.
Event type:Books & Writers