Paul Rudolph Exhibit at the Sheldon

Posted on 04. Mar, 2012 by in Events

Made in the Shade: Paul Rudolph’s Florida Houses Revisited
February 17 – May 19, 2012
Sheldon Art Galleries

Models, drawings and photographs of Rudolph’s pivotal mid-century architecture are juxtaposed with full-scale prototypes, models and drawings from a studio project conducted at Washington University’s Graduate School of Architecture, bringing together two separate exhibitions: Paul Rudolph: The Florida Houses, an exhibition of the architect’s early residential work, and Made in the Shade: Re-fabricating Florida’s Modern Architecture, examples from the studio project at Washington University in St. Louis. The exhibition is curated by Ken Tracy, Visiting Assistant Professor of Architecture, Sam Fox School of Visual Arts and Design, Washington University in St. Louis. The exhibition is sponsored in part by the Department of Architecture, Sam Fox School of Visual Arts and Design, Washington University in St. Louis.

Brown Bag Gallery Talk: March 21, Noon. Ken Tracy, Curator of the exhibition and Visiting Assistant Professor of Architecture, Sam Fox School of Visual Arts and Design, Washington University in St. Louis will speak on Paul Rudolph and the exhibition, The Sheldon’s Patron’s Lounge. Gallery talk is free. Box lunches will be available by reservation for $12. Call 314.533.9900 x18 to reserve.

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