Join us for a free tour in American Sign Language of Lyonel Feininger: At the Edge of the World, without voice interpretation. The tour begins at 7 pm, with a free pre-tour reception from 6–7 pm.
Long acknowledged as a major figure of the Bauhaus, Lyonel Feininger (1871–1956) is renowned for his romantic, crystalline paintings of architecture and seascapes. Less well known are the whimsical aspects of his work: his pioneering Chicago Sunday Tribune comic strips; his figurative, Expressionist compositions; his photographs; and his miniature hand-carved wooden figures and buildings, known as City at the Edge of the World. This retrospective is the first in Feininger’s native country in more than forty-five years, and the first ever to include the full breadth of his art.
Please note: we regret that complimentary tickets will no longer be available for ASL students. Museum staff/interpreters will not be able to sign student assignments.
Admission to tour and reception is free. Registration is required; RSVP to email@example.com. Please bypass the admissions line and pick up your tickets at the check-in location in the Museum lobby.
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