|Title||Director of The Gamble House in Pasadena|
|Time||Saturday, November 4th @ 1:30 pm|
|Description||Q&A after the screening of The Gamble House|
Edward “Ted” Bosley is director of The Gamble House, the National Historic Landmark designed by Charles and Henry Greene. He publishes and lectures on architects Greene & Greene and the American Arts and Crafts Movement, and teaches Historic Site Management in the Heritage Conservation Master’s Degree program at the University of Southern California.
addition to three monographs in Phaidon’s Architecture
in Detail series, Mr. Bosley’s full-length book, Greene and Greene, was published by Phaidon Press Ltd. in 2000. With
former Gamble House curator, Anne Mallek, Ted was co-editor of the book, “A New and Native Beauty: The Art and Craft
of Greene & Greene,” published in 2008 by Merrell Publishers, Ltd. and was
co-curator of the touring exhibition of the same name, which opened at The
Huntington’s Boone Gallery in 2008 and traveled to the Smithsonian’s Renwick
Gallery and the MFA Boston. More recently, Ted contributed an essay to Maynard Parker: Modern Photography and the
American Dream (2012,Yale University Press), and was editor of and a
contributor to The Gamble House: Building
Paradise in California (CityFiles Press, 2015). Currently, Ted is
co-curating an exhibit of the photography of Yasuhiro Ishimoto, to be exhibited
at The Huntington Library, June to October, 2016.
native of San Francisco, Mr. Bosley holds a BA in Art History from the
University of California at Berkeley, and an MBA from the UCLA Anderson Graduate
School of Management.
A native of San Francisco, Mr. Bosley holds a BA in Art History from the University of California at Berkeley, and an MBA from the UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management.
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