On the 100-year anniversary of the Bauhaus school’s opening in Weimar, Germany, American Institute of Architects, San Francisco (AIASF), Center for Architecture + Design and the Museum of Craft and Design (MCD) presented bauhaus.photo, a traveling exhibition, developed by the Bauhaus-Archiv/Museum für Gestaltung, Berlin, in partnership with the Goethe Institut San Francisco. bauhaus.photo presented100 key works from the world’s largest collection of Bauhaus photography.
AIASF and the Center for Architecture + Design San Francisco presented the “We the City” gallery exhibition. Featured works by local artists: ALEXANDMUSHI, Amos Goldbaum, Thomas Heinser, David Irwin, Henrik Kam, Andrew Li, Yolanda Ramirez, Roland Record, Lance Rivers, Francesca Saveri, Yon Sim, Clark Thenhaus, Monica Tiulescu, and Mahsa Vanaki. (Image: Eight + 2 Stories/Monica Tiulescu)
This compelling exhibition celebrated Whitney M. Young Jr. (July 31, 1921 – March 11, 1971), an American civil rights leader who spent most of his career working to end employment discrimination in the United States and turning the National Urban League from a relatively passive civil rights organization into one that aggressively worked for equitable access to socioeconomic opportunity for the historically disenfranchised.