Alison Harley

Bernat Klein: Influence & Inspiration

The name Bernat Klein has become synonymous with twentieth-century style and flair, and to mark his centenary three interrelated exhibitions are taking place across Scotland – in Glasgow at the Studio Pavilion and House for an Art Lover – and in the Scottish Borders at Borders Textile Towerhouse.

The Exhibitions:

'Bernat Klein: Influence & Inspiration' @ the Studio Pavilion from 16 March - 20 August

'High Sunderland: the restoration of a modernist house by architectural practice, Loader Monteith' @ House for an Art Lover from 16 March - 20 August

Please click on this link to the Studio Pavilion

'Bernat Klein: Influence & Inspiration' @ Borders Textile Towerhouse from 16 March - 8 July

Please click on this link to Borders Textile Towerhouse

Bernat Klein Foundation 2023

The exhibitions showcase new ideas developed by contemporary practitioners whose work is contributing to the continuation of Bernat Klein and his legacy in design, visual arts, and architecture. To illustrate his influence and inspiration, new work is presented together with original examples of Klein’s design and artistic practice.

Thank you to our contributors who include:

Gordon Burniston

Lynsey Calder

Jed Gordon

Andy Graham

Gillian Hayes

Eireann Iannetta-Mackay

Iain King

Jack Mercer

Callum Rice

Carla van de Puttelaar

Nori Rakhra

Michael Wolchover

Phil Wilkinson

The exhibitions designed by Graphical House in collaboration with the Bernat Klein Foundation, are curated by Alison Harley with Michael Wolchover, Shona Sinclair, and Loader Monteith.

Thank you to our supporters Creative Scotland, House for an Art Lover, Live Borders, Loader Monteith, and the William Grant Foundation.

Bernat Klein Foundation 2023

Published in 2022, the book ‘Bernat Klein’ also provides an engaging companion for each exhibition, with its contributions from designers, curators, archivists, architects, photographers, artists, and collectors.

Mary Schoeser & Alison Harley and designed by Graphical House, 2022

Available to buy on the Foundation's shop at £35 (+ P&P).

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