Designing Home / Jews

Designing Home: Jews and Midcentury Modernism 
 This exhibition, curated by Donald Albrecht, is a survey of contributions made by Jewish designers, architects and patrons on the midcentury modern America home. 
The museum and curators did a great job on the exhibition design.

Guest curator Albrecht couldn't have selected a better group of designers. 

 Alvin Lustig

This Lustig combo deserves another angle. 
The textile and Paramount chair are on loan from Elaine Lustig Cohen.

Muriel Coleman
The Coleman chair is on loan from the Museum of California Design

George Nelson

George Nelson/Irving Harper marshmallow sofa and Anni Albers textiles

Marcel Breuer

Rudolph Schindler

Ben Seibel

Trude Guermonprez

Ruth Adler Schnee

Elaine Lustig Cohen

Alvin Lustig covers and Eugene Deutch ceramics 

Gregory Ain / Good Design
There's a ton of great ephemera on display.

John Entenza / Arts & Architecture

Marguerite Wildenhain / Pond Farm

Richard Neutra / Julius Shulman

Saul Bass / Paul Rand

The catalog

This amazing exhibition runs through October, 6 2014. 
Additional information can be found here