Yale Exhibition Celebrates Architect Stanley Tigerman

Yale Exhibition Celebrates Architect Stanley Tigerman

Sarah Coffey
Jun 22, 2011

Yale's School of Architecture will open its fall term with the exhibition, "'Ceci n'est pas une reverie' [This isn't a dream]: The Architecture of Stanley Tigerman," on view August 22 through November 4. The University says: "The exhibition takes a thematic approach, grouping Tigerman's projects according to motifs that resonate throughout his body of work — including "utopia," "allegory," "death," "humor," and "division." The exhibition marks the 2012 transfer of Tigerman's complete drawing archive to Yale University's Manuscripts & Archives depository. More news and links below.

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