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Art-in-architecture program

United States. General Services Administration

Art-in-architecture program

by United States. General Services Administration

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Published by General Services Administration in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Federal aid to the arts,
  • Art,
  • Architecture

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14901831M

    The item Federal art, portrait of the nation: presenting a new portfolio of public art in two specially prepared poster series, to celebrate the golden anniversary of the New Deal arts program and the silver anniversary of the General Services Administration's art-in-architecture program represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation. For the record, the most infamous product of the GSA’s Art in Architecture Program, Richard Serra’s foot-long, foot-tall Tilted Arc () of rusting COR-TEN steel, was installed in and, after a long legal battle, removed from a plaza outside the Javits building. The government’s space demands had increased enormously by the time.

    AFTER graduating from Syracuse University's School of Architecture, Ann K. Hansen, RA, opened for business. For 25 years, we have been graced by many wonderful clients and beautiful projects. On Octo , we opened a new storefront in Downtown Geneva, NY with a beautiful view of Seneca Lake. Seneca Street Geneva, New York through its Art-in-Architecture Program LOCATION: Federal Center Plaza Dearborn and Adams Sts. Alexander Calder’s abstract stabile anchors the large rectangular plaza bordered by three Bauhaus-style federal buildings designed by Mies van der Rohe. The sculpture’s vivid color (dubbed “Calder Red”) and.

    Photo Book: Exhibit Catalog for "Construct: Art in Architecture" a photography exhibition at the Darkroom Gallery May, 26th Photographers include: Artur Sikora Ashkan Noroozkhani Ashok Sinha Bruce Berkow Calli McCaw Cassander Eeftinck Schattenkerk Danielle L Goldstein Dave Levingston Dennis Moser Edward Coppola George S. Gati Ibai John Flynn Kelly. In his new book, the eminent philosopher Andrew Benjamin turns his attention to architecture, design, sculpture, painting and writing. Drawing predominantly on a European tradition of modern philosophical criticism running from the German Romantics through Walter Benjamin and beyond, he offers a sequence of strong meditations on a diverse ensemble of works and themes: on the library and the.


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