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The exhibition theme addresses the impact of encountering and learning directly from significant architecture in Chicago and Rome. Artist and guest-curator, Julia Fish, has selected items largely from DPAM's permanent exhibition to coincide with a survey of Fish's paintings from the last decade. "Architectural Annotations" provides insight into her creative process by examining how artists, architects, and composers articulate their visions through devices such as architectural plans, views and elevation studies as well as annotated musical scores. Fish lives in Chicago and has spent time traveling in Rome.
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Guide to current literature of architecture and design. Covers international, scholarly and popular periodical literature, including publications of professional associations.
Dates Covered: 1934-present.