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Symposium in honor of Paul Rudolph“s centennial
DATE: 26/10/2018
The Paul Rudolph Foundation, the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division will host an all-day symposium in honor of Paul Rudolph“s centennial on October 26.
The Library of Congress is home to Paul Rudolph“s archive of more than 100,000 items, and a small selection of drawings and artifacts from his collection will be on display in the Library of Congress Jefferson Building until November 5.

The symposium will bring together many architects and historians, including the Library of Congress“s curator of architecture, design & engineering in the Prints and Photographs Division, Mari Nakahara. Noted architects Toshiko Mori and Robert A.M. Stern will deliver the symposium“s keynote address.

Stern is a former dean of the Yale University School of Architecture, where Rudolph served as chair from 1958 to 1965. Rudolph later designed the Yale Art and Architecture Building, which was renamed in his honor as Rudolph Hall in 2008.

For full details about the exhibit, symposium and featured speakers, please visit: website.