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Iannelli Book Signing Event At The Iannelli Studios

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 04, 2013 01:04 AM
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by Eric last modified Sep 03, 2013

On Sunday, September 8, 2013 from 2 to 4 pm, author and ArchiTech Gallery owner David Jameson will sign copies of Alfonso Iannelli: Modern by Design in the place where most of the art began. Details after the jump... The Iannelli Studios Heritage Center, at 255 N. Northwest Highway, Park Ridge, is now the headquarters of the Kalo Foundation, a group which preserves and promotes the community’s rich heritage of working artists. For nearly half...




 

 

6a00d8341bf72a53ef01901e91d279970b-800wiOn Sunday, September 8, 2013 from 2 to 4 pm, author and ArchiTech Gallery owner David Jameson will sign copies of Alfonso Iannelli: Modern by Design in the place where most of the art began. Details after the jump...

The Iannelli Studios Heritage Center,  at 255 N. Northwest Highway, Park Ridge, is now the headquarters of the Kalo Foundation, a group which preserves and promotes the community’s rich heritage of working artists.

For nearly half a century, artist Alfonso Iannelli, based in Park Ridge, Illinois, led a remarkable movement to transform the way American art was viewed. Chicagoans know some of his iconic work – the sculpted Rock of Gibraltar on the Prudential Building, the signs of the Zodiac at the Adler Planetarium, the distinctive Art Deco décor of the landmark Pickwick Theatre in Park Ridge. For the 125th anniversary of Iannelli’s birth, David Jameson of Chicago’s ArchiTech Gallery authored the first comprehensive Iannelli biography.

Iannelli was a painter, sculptor and designer, working with acoustics and industrial product development in addition to various collaborations with Frank Lloyd Wright, John Lloyd Wright, Barry Byrne, Edgar Miller and Bruce Goff. His wife, Margaret Spaulding Iannelli, also contributed designs, especially fashions and children’s textbook illustrations during her career.

Through September, at ISHC, Iannelli fans will be able to see selected pieces from an exhibit, curated by Chicago Cultural Historian Tim Samuelson, which closed downtown in August. In addition to the September 8, 2013 event, the Kalo Foundation will welcome visitors from 10 am to 2 pm on Saturdays and from 1 to 4 pm.

Be sure to come see the place where it all happened, meet the people behind this exciting book, and take-in some excellent original Iannelli artwork--See you there!

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