The Isokon Gallery tells the remarkable story of the Isokon building, the pioneering modern apartment block opened in 1934 as an experiment in new ways of urban living.
A new display celebrating the life and work of Isokon resident and Bauhaus pioneer László Moholy-Nagy.
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This talk will explore the differing modernist buildings of the Metro-Land era and area. From the underground stations of Charles Holden to the fantastical factories of Wallis, Gilbert & Partners we will see how modernist architecture developed in Britain and made the world we know today.
This talk on Bauhaus members in England in the 1930s focuses on how the conditions and contingencies of exile itself informed the design of objects produced in exile, asking how furniture designs, and the spaces for which they were intended can be better understood as objects of exile.
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▾ Isokon on film
2 Willow Road Hampstead
Bauhaus Archiv Berlin
Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv
Gropius House New England
The Homewood Esher
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The Isokon Gallery
London NW3 2XD
The Isokon Gallery is available to hire for meetings, lectures, film screenings, book launches and other corporate events. Contact email@example.com for more details.
every Saturday & Sunday
3 March to
28 October 2018
The Isokon Gallery Trust can only grant permission for photography and filming at the Isokon Gallery. For photography and filming permission on the grounds, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For photography and filming permission on the street, please contact Camden Council.
The Isokon Gallery is free to enter and relies on your donations.
The Isokon Gallery is staffed by knowledgeable, helpful volunteers.
We're always looking for people
to join the team.
Registered Charity No.1161069