Josep Luis Sert: A Nomadic LIfe

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On Thursday, February 1, 2024 at 6:30 - 8:30 pm in the Tarbell Room at the Lincoln Library, FoMA presented the film, Josep Luis Sert: A Nomadic Life at the Lincoln Winter Carnival.

FoMA board member Jack Hanley gave an introduction, in which he gave a background of Sert, Jackson and Associate, architects of the Lincoln Woods housing development.
Written and directed by Pablo Bujosa Rodríguez, the 2015 documentary film told the story of Josep Lluís Sert, a talented architect and city planner. A contemporary of Miró, Calder, and Picasso, Sert fled his home country during the Spanish Civil War and immigrated to the United States where he lived for almost forty years. As Dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Design from 1953 to 1969, Sert had an indelible impact on the course of 20th-century American architecture.

Photos: Josep Lluis Sert, Fondation Maeght, Lincoln Woods, Lincoln, Massachusetts