November 10 - January 7, 2015
Saul Steinberg Drawings | Architecture Public Space
In association with The Saul Steinberg Foundation and in celebration of the centennial of Steinberg's birth the Center for Architecture presents a selection of Steinberg drawings that explore the themes of architecture and public space.
Steinberg was trained as an architect in Milan though he never practiced. Reflecting on his training he remarked “I began with architecture and I continued with drawing.”
In addition to the drawings the exhibition includes selections from “Drawings for the Children’s Labyrinth” (2014) published by Nieves Books, and an introduction by Karen Van Lengen, FAIA, Kenan Professor of Architecture, University of Virginia.
Design: Perrin Studio
Monday, November 10, 2014, 6:00-8:00pm
Saul Steinberg Drawings | Architecture Public Space is an initiative of the Lance Jay Brown, FAIA, 2014 Presidential theme: ‘Civic Spirit:Civic Vision.’
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