Richard Meier Retrospective to Debut in Mexico City

International
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
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High Museum, courtesy Richard Meier and Partners

Richard Meier Retrospective
The Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil
Revolución 1608, San Angel, Álvaro Obregón
Mexico City
Through August 26

The Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil will present a retrospective of the Richard Meier’s most emblematic works. The exhibition includes artifacts from throughout Meier’s career, including models, original sketches, renderings, and photographs. Iconic projects such as the Smith House, The Getty Center, and the High Museum of Art will be exhibited. Also on display are unbuilt competition proposals for the World Trade Center Memorial, the New York Avery Fisher Hall, and the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, as well as ongoing projects in Mexico. Meier writes in a statement, “Mexico City is an amazing and fascinating city full of history and great architecture. It is a pleasure and honor to have our work on display in a city where we are about to start several new architectural projects.”

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