Published to mark the opening of Pulitzer Arts Foundation in October 2001, this catalogue focuses on the Pulitzer building, designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Tadao Ando. Contributions by Ando, Ellsworth Kelly, Richard Serra, and Emily Rauh Pulitzer describe the careful consideration that attended the design of the building; the nature of its commissioned art; and the philosophies that motivate the Pulitzer’s ongoing mission. In addition, an extended essay by William J.R. Curtis explores all aspects of the building’s architecture and calls attention to Ando’s unparalleled interest in space, light, and materials. This paperback book comes packaged in a slim cardstock slipcase and is illustrated with photographs by Robert Pettus that reveal the building and its commissioned art in various states of natural light.
Abstractions in Space: Tadao Ando, Ellsworth Kelly, Richard SerraSep 1, 2001
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