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Le Corbusier
The Art of Architecture
Stanislaus von Moos + Arthur Rüegg + Mateo Kries, February 4, 2008
Le Corbusier_Cité de réfuge_1929-33
Le Corbusier_Cité de réfuge_1929-33
 
The exhibition provides an historic survey of Le Corbusier's oeuvre, beginning with the early works in his Swiss hometown of La Chaux-de-Fonds, proceeding to the white, cubic buildings of the 1920s - such as the iconic Villa Savoye (1928-31) - and culminating in the late monumental works of the 1950s and '60s, for which the Chapel of Ronchamp (1950-55) and the buildings for Chandigarh (1952-64) are prominent examples. Yet the exhibition offers an interpretation of Le Corbusier's work that goes far beyond its chronological evolution and prolific range.

Le Corbusier_Femme et Coquillage IV_1948
Le Corbusier_Femme et Coquillage IV_1948
 
Le Corbusier_Chapelle Notre-Dame-Du-Haut_1950-55
Le Corbusier_Chapelle Notre-Dame-Du-Haut_1950-55
 
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