Phyllis Lambert: 75 Years at Work
March 25, 2017
through June 4, 2017
I.M. Pei isn’t the only seminal mid-century figure with a birthday to celebrate. In honor of architect and philanthropist Phyllis Lambert’s 90th birthday, the Canadian Centre for Architecture has mounted an autobiographical exhibition. Lambert founded the Centre in 1979. She is perhaps most known in the U.S. for her work as the Director of Planning for the Seagram Building. Drawing on the Centre’s archival materials, the exhibition offers a glimpse into her life’s work as an architect, archivist, editor, and curator.
Through June 4, Montreal
Canadian Centre for Architecture
Week of March 19th
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