SOLD OUT Tadao Ando: Creating Dreams

February 5, 2008
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Tadao Ando, one of the world’s most acclaimed architects, continues to develop our dreams into architectural forms that are whimsical and serene yet daring.  From the Church of Light in Osaka, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth in Texas and an expansion project of Clark Art Institute in Massachusetts, Ando uses reinforced concrete, creating spaces in unique ways that allow constantly changing patterns of light and wind.  In this program, Ando, recipient of the Pritzker Architecture Prize and the AIA Gold Medal, speaks about the breadth and beauty of his past, present and future works.  Introduction made by Robert Ivy, Editor in Chief, Architectural Record.

Followed by a reception.  

Tickets: $20/ $15 Japan Society Members /$12 Seniors and Students. 


The Centennial Speakers Series is made possible by:

  • Tuesday, February 5, 2008
  • 6:30 pm