Lessons from Rudofsky

Lessons from Bernard Rudofsky at the Getty Research Institute, the Getty Center, March 11—June 8, 2008, highlights the pioneering work of the well-known architect, artist, exhibition curator and designer, critic, and fashion designer, Bernard Rudofsky.

Drawn heavily from the Rudofsky archive of the Research Library at the Getty Research Institute (GRI), the presentation includes a diverse array of watercolors, drawings, prints, architectural models, travel notebooks, photographs, video displays, sculptures, fabrics, and footwear—all of which illustrate Rudofskys innovative concepts about architecture and fashion, as well as peoples habits of eating, bathing, and even sleeping.


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