Date & TimeSTART: 6:30 PM April 5, 2011
END: 8:00 PM April 5, 2011
The Museum of the City of New York will host Join architect Rafael Viñoly and critic and Julie Iovine, executive editor of The Architect’s Newspaper, for a conversation about the present and future of architecture in New York. The recent building boom in New York City has radically altered the look and feel of the city and added considerably to the list of starchitects currently reshaping New York’s iconic skyline. It has also helped redefine boundaries of the eclectic pluralism of postmodern architecture. Viñoly and Iovine will explore questions like “How do we label the current architectural style of the last decade?” and “Is there a post-postmodern?”
Reservations required. The cost is $12 for non-members, $8 for members, students, and seniors.
For more information call 917-492-3395. You can purchase tickets here.