Louise T. Blouin Foundation, London


This retrospective show devoted to the extremely versatile production of Richard Meier, encompassing his work in architecture along with his less monumental (in size, not in impact) production of drawings, sculpture, photography, collages, furniture and product design, spans the creator's prodigious 45-year career – crowned at the surprisingly young age of 50 with the architecture field's highest award, the Pritzker Prize, which he took in 1984. With cultural projects that include the Getty Center in Los Angeles, Barcelona's Museum of Contemporary Art and the Jubilee Church in Rome, Meier has both developed and imposed his style over the years, with supreme sensitivity to space, light and culture. Alongside this key work in architecture, the exhibition at the Louise T. Blouin Foundation showcases pieces by Meier that round out his larger productions: in a minimalist vein, his objects and furniture translate an overarching vision. A vigorous, visionary world.


October 12, 2007 through June 22, 2008
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London W11 4BE
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