The Modernism movement of the 1940s, 50s, and 60s was a fire that raged into every corner of the country. The Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture is celebrating Modernism in their corner of the nation with an exhibit that is dedicated to Modern Art and Architecture in Spokane, Washington.
Since part of the exhibit is focused on mid-century modern furniture, Modernica was happy to provide plenty of George Nelson Bubble Lamps to complete the display. The result is a historical exhibit that is rich with authentic pieces from the Modernist era and a wealth of information about local modern architecture.
“This is a welcome exhibit because, even though Spokane is a small-ish city in eastern Washington, we have some modern gems hidden in the area. This show highlights some of that architecture, and the associated furnishings, while bringing more awareness of the modernism movement in the Pacific Northwest.”
If you’re in the Washington area, don’t miss it! The Spokane Modern Architecture Exhibit will be on display at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture through November of 2013. For those of you who can’t make it, we’ve put together a photo tour:
All photos contributed by Dean Davis Photography