Lecture series by Anna Bronovitskaya. Twentieth-century architects, part 1

How to take part
March 2–May 18, 2017


Anna Bronovitskaya’s second series of lectures on twentieth century architecture focuses on personalities.

Each lecture is devoted to one architect and explores various aspects of his work, starting from ideas and completed and unrealized projects, and finishing with his writings and teaching methods.

Reconstructing the network of relations between the architects and their teachers, students, clients, patrons and opponents, the course puts their work in context and shows how each architect’s ideas were informed by the political and economic challenges of the time, as well as by developments in other arts.


Anna Bronovitskaya is an architectural historian, director of research at Moscow’s Institute of Modernism. In 2015 she became one of the founders of the Institute of Modernism—an independent institution that researches Soviet architecture of the 1960s to 1980s. Since 1993, she has been lecturing at MARCHI. From 2011 to 2013, Bronovitskaya was head of the DOCOMOMO Russian section. She is also the author of multiple publications on 20th century architecture.



how to take part

Entrance is free, space is limited, please arrive early.

Priority booking for GARAGE members. Please, send the request on members@garagemca.org

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