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2021 / 73 min / USA
Director: James Crump
Marcel Breuer was a prolific designer of residential architecture -- a legacy often obscured by his success as a Bauhaus furniture maker and his large-scale built projects, including the Whitney Museum of Art in New York and US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD’s) headquarters in Washington, D.C. Breuer’s Bohemia surveys the houses he designed in the 1950s -1970s, many commissioned by high-profile politically progressive clients and cultural peers, including Alexander Calder, Arthur Miller and Philip Roth, marking a unique intersection of postwar architecture, art, and personal letters.
$12 Museum Member / $5 Student / $15 Non-member
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