Join Museum Director Andrew Connors on a tour of the temporary exhibit, Designing the New: Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow Style that includes 166 remarkable works of art and design, the majority of which will be on public display for the first time in North America. The exhibit is characterized by taut lines, stylized natural forms, sleek curves, and emphatic geometries. The Glasgow Style was unique – the only British response to the international Art Nouveau movement of the late 1890s-1900s. Limited Enrollment.
Andrew Connors, director of the Albuquerque Museum, studied at Yale University and George Washington University and has collaborated with the National Gallery of Art, University of Notre Dame, UCLA, Getty Center, and the Royal Government of Bhutan.