Sep 20 -

Last year, San Francisco gallery Ratio 3 held Andrejova-Molnár Papers’, an exhibition that records the life and work of fictitious modernist female architect Petra Andrejova-Molnar. The US artist behind it all, Katarina Burin, wants to challenge how history is perceived and passed on. ‘Petra’ represents those female modernist architects who either remain unacknowledged or unknown. To create a convincing character, Katarina drew from experiences from Petra’s contemporaries (like Charlotte Perriand and Eileen Gray ) and inserted Petra’s contribution to the legacy of Czech architect Jaromír Krejcar. Images courtesy of Ratio 3.

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