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In Honor of Michael Graves, The Architectural League Revisits 200 Years of Drawing

In Honor of Michael Graves, The Architectural League Revisits 200 Years of Drawing
In Honor of Michael Graves, The Architectural League Revisits 200 Years of Drawing, Denver Library, South Elevation, 1994, pencil and colored pencil on yellow tracing paper, 14 x 26 inches. Image Courtesy of Michael Graves & Associates, photo: Ken Ek
Denver Library, South Elevation, 1994, pencil and colored pencil on yellow tracing paper, 14 x 26 inches. Image Courtesy of Michael Graves & Associates, photo: Ken Ek

With their "Past as Prologue" symposium - a day of lectures celebrating fifty years of Michael Graves' career - approaching tomorrow, the Architectural League of New York is taking a look back at one of its seminal exhibitions which heavily featured Graves' work. When "200 Years of American Architectural Drawing" launched in 1977, New York Times critic Ada Louise Huxtable said "By any definition... a major show," adding "here is architecture as it comes straight from the mind and the eye and the heart, before the spoilers get to it." In memory of the show, the Architectural League has published a selection of essays and images from the accompanying book, including the work of Graves, Peter Eisenman, John Hejduk and Richard Meier.

Check out the Architectural League's collection of 200 Years of American Architectural Drawing here, and don't forget to tune in to the livestream of the Past as Prologue symposium here at 9.30 EST on Saturday.

Cite: Rory Stott. "In Honor of Michael Graves, The Architectural League Revisits 200 Years of Drawing" 21 Nov 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/570439/in-honor-of-michael-graves-the-architectural-league-revisits-200-years-of-drawing/> ISSN 0719-8884
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