The collections at Loggia explore select areas of study in art and art history, architecture and design, the decorative arts, industrial design, and classical studies such as Greek, Roman, and Celtic mythology.

Gardner's Art Through the Ages

This book is the classic reference for the study of art. It features a history of artists and their works, as well as lucid and engaging descriptions of the styles and periods of art history. Highly recommended for both students and scholars.



Architectural Exhibitions and Events | a select collection of current architectural events including exhibitions, conferences, competitions, and more!

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Architecture Exhibitions and Events
Aluminum by Design: Jewelry to Jets | The Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum celebrates the history of this versatile material with a retrospective look at its uses during the last 150 years. An ideal material for the modern age, aluminum was sought not only as a strong, light, and efficient material for use in airplanes, automobiles, and homes... but it also became a magical substance in the hands of notable designers such as Henry Dreyfuss, Walter von Nessen, and Marcel Breuer. Accompanied by an engaging online Flash introduction, the exhibit runs from March 20 through July 15, 2001.

The Architecture of R.M. Schindler | This exhibit of modernist architect R.M. Schindler, reveals the work of this Vienna-born architect with a collection of original drawings, models, and photographs. The exhibition chronicles an extensive array of Schindler's work, from his early years both in Vienna and the offices of Frank Lloyd Wright... to his innovative California residences such as the Lovell Beach House and Kings Road House. The exhibit runs from February 25 through June 3, 2001 at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, California.

Shaping the Great City | The J. Paul Getty Museum presents this engaging exhibit that traces the origins of modern architecture in Central Europe from 1890 to 1937. The exhibit spans a period of profound social, political, and cultural change in Central Europe, dramatically influenced by the conflict of WWI. The exhibit is presented in two parts with 'The City as Form and Idea' exploring the conceptual ideals of city planning during this time, and as 'Modernity and Place' which highlights the architectural fabric of select cities such as Prague, Vienna, and Budapest both before and after this great war. The exhibit runs from February 20 through May 6, 2001.

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