“Following an extensive renovation and restoration of Paul Rudolph’s iconic ‘Art + Architecture Building,’ Yale School of Architecture will reopen its gallery on August 28 with an exhibition showcasing the work of Hawaii’s master architect Vladimir Ossipoff ( 1907-1998 ) at the centennial of his birth.
“Rudolph’s modernist landmark will itself receive a new name-Paul Rudolph Hall-at its rededication celebration at Yale on November 7 and 8. The rededication will also mark the inauguration and public debut of a new arts complex, integrating the Rudolph building by way of a comprehensive new arts library to a new home for the History of Art Department. The design of the Haas Family Arts Library and the Jeffrey Loria Center for the History of Art, as the new facilities will be known, and the renovation of Paul Rudolph Hall are the project of New York based architect Charles Gwathmey.”
Yale School of Architecture Opens Fall 2008 With Exhibitions, Lectures and Symposia Media Newswire 8.13.08
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