Introduction
György Kepes [ˈɟøɾɟ ˈkɛpɛʃ] (October 4, 1906 – December 29, 2001) was a Hungarian-born painter, photographer, designer, educator, and art theorist. After immigrating to the U.S. in 1937, he taught design at the New Bauhaus (later the School of Design, then Institute of Design, then Illinois Institute of Design or IIT) in Chicago. In 1967 he founded the Center for Advanced Visual Studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) where he taught until his retirement in 1974.
Wikidata
Q721633
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Introduction
City planner.
Nationalities
Hungarian, American
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Writer, Teacher, Urban Planner, Designer, Painter, Photographer, Sculptor, Theorist
Names
György Kepes, Gyorgy Kepes, George Kepes, Gregory Kepes
Ulan
500028012
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