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Modern Views: Participants

Architects
David Adjaye
Tadao Ando
Asymptote
Thomas Beeby
James Biber
Laurence O. Booth
Renée Daoust + Real Lestage
Dirk Denison
Diller Scofidio + Renfro
Norman Foster
Jeanne Gang
Michael Graves
Zaha Hadid
Hans Hollein
Helmut Jahn
Johnston Marklee
Léon Krier
Ronald A. Krueck
Bruce Kuwabara
Daniel Libeskind
Dirk Lohan
Greg Lynn
Thom Mayne

Marianne McKenna
Richard Meier
Toshiko Mori
Eric Owen Moss
Mohsen Mostafavi
Patricia + John Patkau
Cesar Pelli
Dominique Perrault
Wolf D. Prix
Pugh + Scarpa
Ron Radziner
Jaquelin T. Robertson
Kevin Roche
Richard Rogers
Gilles Saucier
Annabelle Selldorf
Brigitte Shim + Howard Sutcliffe
Robert Siegel, Gwathmey Siegel
Álvaro Siza
Adrian Smith

Kenzo Tange (Japanese, 1913-2005)
Stanley Tigerman
Calvin Tsao
Bernard Tschumi
John Vinci
Rafael Viñoly
Tod Williams + Billie Tsien
Lebbeus Woods
Mirko Zardini

Landscape Architects
Diana Balmori
Adriaan Geuze
Kathryn Gustafson
Gary Hilderbrand
Walter Hood
Peter Latz
Ken Smith

Artists
Vija Celmins
Lynn Davis
David Diao
Fritz Haeg
Maira Kalman
Louise Lawler
Annie Leibovitz
Robert Morris
Inigo Manglano-Ovalle
Claes Oldenburg + Coosje van Bruggen (Dutch, 1942-2009)
Jaume Plensa
Ken Price
Ed Ruscha
James Rosenquist
David Salle
Julius Shulman (American, 1910-2009) + Juergen Nogai
Frank Stella
Al Taylor (American, 1949-1999)
Alessandro Twombly
James Welling
Richard Woods

Designers
2×4

Maarten Baas
Mario Bellini
Mattia Bonetti
Ronan + Erwan Bouroullec
Constantin Boym
Martino Gamper
Sheila Hicks
Vladimir Kagan
Studio Makkink + Bey
Gaetano Pesce
Karim Rashid
Demian Repucci
Jens Risom
Paula Scher

Filed under: Modern Views

15 Responses

  1. [...] Mies van der Rohe Farnsworth House (1945 – 51) and the Philip Johnson Glass House (1949).   One hundred contemporary artists, architects, and designers created and donated works of art and written statements, capturing their thoughts and inspirations [...]

  2. [...] of their own in the minds of countless artists, architects, and designers. They have inspired nearly 90 creations for an exclusive project with the National Historic Preservation Trust, collected here in Modern [...]

  3. [...] Mies van der Rohe Farnsworth House (1945 – 51) and the Philip Johnson Glass House (1949).   One hundred contemporary artists, architects, and designers created and donated works of art and written statements, capturing their thoughts and inspirations [...]

  4. [...] Mies van der Rohe Farnsworth House (1945 – 51) and the Philip Johnson Glass House (1949).   One hundred contemporary artists, architects, and designers created and donated works of art and written statements, capturing their thoughts and inspirations [...]

  5. [...] at the Arts Club in Chicago and on October 6 at Sotheby’s in New York, works representing one hundred contemporary artists, architects and designers will be exhibited and auctioned to support the preservation and restoration of the Brick House at [...]

  6. [...] Mies van der Rohe Farnsworth House (1945 – 51) and the Philip Johnson Glass House (1949).   One hundred contemporary artists, architects, and designers created and donated works of art and written statements, capturing their thoughts and inspirations [...]

  7. [...] Mies van der Rohe Farnsworth House (1945 – 51) and the Philip Johnson Glass House (1949).   One hundred contemporary artists, architects, and designers created and donated works of art and written statements, capturing their thoughts and inspirations [...]

  8. [...] Mies van der Rohe Farnsworth House (1945 – 51) and the Philip Johnson Glass House (1949).   One hundred contemporary artists, architects, and designers created and donated works of art and written statements, capturing their thoughts and inspirations [...]

  9. [...] Mies van der Rohe Farnsworth House (1945 – 51) and the Philip Johnson Glass House (1949).   One hundred contemporary artists, architects, and designers created and donated works of art and written statements, capturing their thoughts and inspirations [...]

  10. [...] Mies van der Rohe Farnsworth House (1945 – 51) and the Philip Johnson Glass House (1949). One hundred contemporary artists, architects, and designers created and donated works of art and written statements, capturing their thoughts and inspirations [...]

  11. [...] Mies van der Rohe Farnsworth House (1945 – 51) and the Philip Johnson Glass House (1949).  One hundred contemporary artists, architects, and designers created and donated works of art and written statements, capturing their thoughts and inspirations [...]

  12. [...] Mies van der Rohe Farnsworth House (1945 – 51) and the Philip Johnson Glass House (1949). One hundred contemporary artists, architects, and designers created and donated works of art and written statements, capturing their thoughts and inspirations [...]

  13. [...] Mies van der Rohe Farnsworth House (1945 – 51) and the Philip Johnson Glass House (1949). One hundred contemporary artists, architects, and designers created and donated works of art and written statements, capturing their thoughts and inspirations [...]

  14. [...] first premiered as part of Modern Views, a collaboration engaging the two sites with the voices of 100 contemporary artist and architects. Filming Points on a Line at the Mies Van der Rohe Farnsworth House / Photo: Sarah Morris Points on [...]

  15. [...] film Points on a Line by artist Sarah Morris as part of the Modern Views project. (View the list of one hundred contemporary artists, architects, and designers who participated in Modern [...]

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