Serge Chermayeff's work spanned six decades and half the globe. He was an architect with no qualifications whose work was internationally acclaimed, a teacher who hoped to redefine architecture and modernism together, and an ecological visionary.
Join Alan Powers, author of Serge Chermayeff, Designer, Architect, Teacher (RIBA Publications, 2001) as he explains the consistent threads in Chermayeff's thinking and the nature of his unique contribution to the Modern Movement.
Monday, February 28, 2011, 6:15 pm
New York University Department of Art History
Silver Center, Room 301
100 Washington Square East (entrance on Waverly Place)
The lecture is free and no advance reservations are required.
Co-sponsored by Society Of Architectural Historians and Department of Art History, Architecture and Urban Studies at New York University.