Bernard Rudofsky  (Austrian-American, 1905–1988) was an architect, curator, critic, exhibition designer, and fashion designer whose entire oeuvre was influenced by his lifelong interest in concepts about the body and the use of our senses. He is best known for his controversial exhibitions and accompanying catalogs, including Are Clothes Modern? (Museum of Modern Art [MoMA], 1944), Architecture without Architects (MoMA, 1964), and Now I Lay Me Down to Eat (Cooper-Hewitt Museum, 1980). He was also famous for his mid-20th-century Bernardo sandal designs, which are popular again today.   
       
     
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 My role at the Getty Museum allowed me to immerse myself in the work and process of some of the greatest art and design thinkers. I designed the identity and environmental graphics for the show, furniture and display cases, and helped shape the overall experiential narrative for the exhibit.   
       
     
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  Bernard Rudofsky  (Austrian-American, 1905–1988) was an architect, curator, critic, exhibition designer, and fashion designer whose entire oeuvre was influenced by his lifelong interest in concepts about the body and the use of our senses. He is best known for his controversial exhibitions and accompanying catalogs, including Are Clothes Modern? (Museum of Modern Art [MoMA], 1944), Architecture without Architects (MoMA, 1964), and Now I Lay Me Down to Eat (Cooper-Hewitt Museum, 1980). He was also famous for his mid-20th-century Bernardo sandal designs, which are popular again today.   
       
     

Bernard Rudofsky (Austrian-American, 1905–1988) was an architect, curator, critic, exhibition designer, and fashion designer whose entire oeuvre was influenced by his lifelong interest in concepts about the body and the use of our senses. He is best known for his controversial exhibitions and accompanying catalogs, including Are Clothes Modern? (Museum of Modern Art [MoMA], 1944), Architecture without Architects (MoMA, 1964), and Now I Lay Me Down to Eat (Cooper-Hewitt Museum, 1980). He was also famous for his mid-20th-century Bernardo sandal designs, which are popular again today.

 

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 My role at the Getty Museum allowed me to immerse myself in the work and process of some of the greatest art and design thinkers. I designed the identity and environmental graphics for the show, furniture and display cases, and helped shape the overall experiential narrative for the exhibit.   
       
     

My role at the Getty Museum allowed me to immerse myself in the work and process of some of the greatest art and design thinkers. I designed the identity and environmental graphics for the show, furniture and display cases, and helped shape the overall experiential narrative for the exhibit.

 

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RUD CA9.jpg
       
     
rudofsky1.jpg