Is Drawing Dead? Yale Searches for an Answer

Dean's List, East
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
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Panelists Greg Lynn, Preston Scott Cohen, and Marion Weiss. (Erik Herrmann)

Panelists Greg Lynn, Preston Scott Cohen, and Marion Weiss. (Erik Herrmann)

Is drawing dead? That was the burning question (and title) of last weekend’s symposium at the Yale School of Architecture, which assessed the contemporary state of drawing through three days of lectures and panels, with pen-and-paper proponents from across the architectural spectrum. This convergence of many great drawers past and present coincided with the recently opened exhibition Massimo Scolari: The Representation of Architecture, a largely drawing-based show on view through May 4 in the School of Architecture Gallery.

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