Artists and Architects Collaborate : Designing the Wiesner Building

Tomkins, Calvin; Campbell, Robert; Cruikshank, Jeffrey. Artists and Architects Collaborate : Designing the Wiesner Building. Cambridge, MA: MIT Committee on the Visual Arts, 1985.

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Abstract (English)

Tomkins' introduction explores the theme of collaborations between architects and artists, Campbell and Cruikshank present the Wiesner Building designed by I.M. Pei & Partners as a successful collaborative project and describe the six artists' projects for the building. Includes 12 interviews with the artists and architects. A separate booklet contains detailed photographs of the projects.

Types: Monographs
All Contributors: Tomkins, Calvin (Author); Campbell, Robert (Author); Cruikshank, Jeffrey (Author); Cruikshank, Jeffrey (Interviewer); Wiesner, Jerome (Interviewee); Hoover, Deborah (Interviewee); Halbreich, Kathy (Interviewee); Porter, William (Interviewee); Shields, Alan (Interviewee); De Monchaux, John (Interviewee); Burton, Scott (Interviewee); Noland, Kenneth (Interviewee); Fleischner, Richard (Interviewee); Pelletier, Steve (Interviewee); Steinberg, Rob (Interviewee); Portnoy, Harry (Interviewee); I.M. Pei & Partners
Dossier: 360 - M.I.T. LIST VISUAL ARTS CENTER (Cambridge, MA)
Collation: 94 p. : 36 ill. (1 col.) ; 26 x 26 cm + 1 insert ([12] p. : 12 ill. col. ; 25 x 25 cm)
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Cambridge, MA: MIT Committee on the Visual Arts
Artists: Shields, Alan; Burton, Scott; Noland, Kenneth; Fleischner, Richard; Flavin, Dan; Turrell, James
Art Organizations: Exhibition Centres > United States > M.i.t. List Visual Arts Center (Cambridge, MA)
Event Statement: Documentation on collaboration between artists and architects for the design of the Wiesner Building of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge). - Title of insert: "The Wiesner Building, Massachusetts Institute of Technology".
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Date Deposited: 22 Aug 1994
Last Modified: 25 Oct 2012 13:44
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