Photography from Monterey Area Architectural Resources Archive (MAARA)
Ongoing through November 9th
Part of Carmel’s centennial celebration, the event is free and the public is invited.
Carmel Modernism, a photography exhibit exploring the early influence of Monterey peninsula master architects.
Organized by Monterey Area Architectural Resources Archive (MAARA), the exhibit examines the early influence of the master architects like Richard Neutra and Frank Lloyd Wright whose presence on the peninsula gave way to subsequent generations of architects whose work is the local legacy we celebrate today.
The exhibit will reveal through photography, renderings and blueprints the architectural contributions to the built environment that is the signature of Carmel. Architects include William Wuster, Mark Mills, Rowan Maiden and Frank Lloyd Wright, among others.
The exhibit can be seen Monday through Friday from 11 to 4 p.m. or by appointment, through November 9th.
“Frank Lloyd Wright by the Sea”
A lecture by Rick Janick, Friday, October 28th at 7pm
“Frank Lloyd Wright by the Sea”, a lecture exploring four Carmel homes planned by the iconic architect, will be held Thursday, October 28th at the Carl Cherry Center for the Arts beginning at 7 p.m. The lecture is by donation.
Part of Carmel Moderism, Rick Janick will consider the Clark house (later built in P:hoenix, AZ), two homes which were never built and the Walker House on Scenic Dr. in Carmel. In addition, Mr. Janick will discuss the Nesbit House (1940) in Pebble Beach and the Haldon House (1945) above Stewart Beach. Mr.Janick is Professor Emeritus of Architectural History at Monterey Peninsula College and co-founder of Monterey Area Architectural Resources Archive (MAARA).