About the talk
In this archived Creative Mornings talk from October 2019, Keith York shares his passion for San Diego's rich mid-century history and aesthetic changes in the years following World War II. This talk offers a glimpse into the joy of being completely immersed in your personal and professional pursuits and the beauty of matching your passions and skills with others.
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About Keith York of Modern San Diego
Through lectures, tours, publications, curated exhibitions and his site, modernsandiego.com, Keith York has broadened and deepened public understanding of 20th-century modern architecture in San Diego County. Beyond his work, as a Realtor, buying and selling architect designed homes, he is working on the restoration of his second mid-century, architect designed home, by an apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright in Point Loma. Keith recently curated Frank Lloyd Wright’s Legacy in San Diego and contributed to the book Making LA Modern: Craig Ellwood. In 2020 he produced a two-site exhibition Julius Shulman: Modern La Jolla at La Jolla Historical Society and Julius Shulman: Modern San Diego at San Diego Central Library Art Gallery. Keith is at work on an exhibition and accompanying monograph on architect Sim Bruce Richards titled The Sensuous Environment.
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