Celebration of the 110th anniversary of Lazar Khidekel: artist, visionary architect, designer, theoretician and pioneer of environmentalism (1904 - 1986)
When: 5:30 PM -- 7:00 PM, Tuesday, March 11. Where: Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place NY, NY 10012
Join us for a panel discussion to commemorate the 110th Anniversary of Avant-garde artist and architect Lazar Khidekel.
The discussions will focus on Lazar Khidekel's role in the transition of Suprematism from painting to architecture, cosmic urbanization, and radical yet environmentally conscious city planning of the future. Speakers will explore Khidekel’s contribution to the Russian avant-garde and its importance for the development of modern architecture and issues of environmental sustainability today.
Speakers: Daniel Libeskind, AIA, Founder, Studio Daniel Libeskind; Dr. Jean-Louis Cohen, Institute of Fine Arts, NYU; Dr. Maria Kokkori, Art Institute of Chicago; Anna Bokov, PhD Program, Yale School of Architecture
Moderator: Dr. Regina Khidekel, President of the Lazar Khidekel Society -- Slide presentation about life and work of Lazar Khidekel
Closing Remarks: Dr. Mark Khidekel, Recipient of the Grand Prix award at the World Biennial INTERARCH 1983, and Roman Khidekel -- The development of Russian Avant-garde Ecological themes to solve Architectural challenges of the 21st century postindustrial civilization.
Organized by: AIA New York Chapter, Center for Architecture and the Russian American Cultural Center