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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