Although critiquing the exhibit for some "critical flaws" - namely the choice of theme and the lack of explanatory text - Alexandra Lange's review for The New Yorker praises the MoMA's Le Corbusier exhibit, “An Atlas of Modern Landscapes,” as a "must-see" thanks to its varied displays, which show "the terrific span of Le Corbusier's career in time, space, and scale [...] If current architects take anything from the exhibition [...] it should be the power of those big, gestural drawings, where visual and verbal argument vividly come together." Read the rest of Lange's critique at The New Yorker.
MoMA's Le Corbusier Exhibit is Must-See, Says Critic Alexandra Lange
Cite: Vanessa Quirk. "MoMA's Le Corbusier Exhibit is Must-See, Says Critic Alexandra Lange" 16 Aug 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/416375/moma-s-le-corbusier-exhibit-is-must-see-says-critic-alexandra-lange> ISSN 0719-8884
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