“Pierre Chareau: Modern Architecture and Design”
Time Out says
A noted French architect and designer, Chareau (1883-1950) is probably best known for his elegantly spare Maison de Verre (1928-1932), a milestone of early modern residential architecture distinguished by a minimalistic, glass-block facade. He designed furniture, light fixtures and interiors as well, and was an important art patron who collected works by Jacques Lipchitz, Piet Mondrian, Marc Chagall and Amedeo Modigliani. Chareau’s role in the art of the interwar period is given a fresh look in this survey, which rounds up rarely-seen objects and ephemera from his career.