An interview with Dale Gyure about architect Minoru Yamasaki, whose projects include the original World Trade Center.
Lina Bo Bardi, the Italian-born, Brazilian modernist architect, has been referred to as “Brazil’s best-kept secret” and an “overlooked creative innovator.” Her trajectory toward international fame and critical acclaim has been ascendant since her death in 1992, and seems to have reached a peak. Bo Bardi figures large in the current MoMA
We’re looking forward to the publication, this spring, of a stellar new comprehensive assessment of the career of Dutch architect Aldo van Eyck, whose work, writing, and teaching all contributed significantly to redefining Modern architecture in the second half of the 20th century. The author of the book is Robert McCarter, Ruth and Norman
Our post last week that featured YUP staff vacation photos inspired one of our colleagues to share with us an additional trove of architectural shots that were taken during travels over this past summer. Her journey through the country’s mid section — Indiana, Wisconsin — resulted in beautiful shots of buildings by architectural
Follow @yaleARTbooks Anna Vallye— The exciting thing about any art exhibition is certainly the opportunity it provides to see a number of remarkable works in the same location at the same time—its event quality. But it is also in what might be called an exhibition’s phenomenal quality—a capacity to elicit