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Louise T Blouin Institute

THE LOUISE T BLOUIN INSTITUTE presents the retrospective exhibition of Richard Meier: Art and Architecture. The solo exhibition presents Meier’s extraordinary versatility as artist, designer and architect and comprises an overview of Meier’s outstanding international architectural creations together with an exploration of his sculpture, collages, drawings, photographs, furniture and product design over 45 years.

The Louise T Blouin Institute opened a year ago in October 2006 with a solo exhibition of lightworks by James Turrell, and in Summer 2007 presented solo exhibitions of work by Gary Hill and Gerry Judah which explored issues of globalisation, politics, conflicts of interest and environmental concerns. The Foundation provides 35,000 sq ft of exhibition space and lecture facilities, and creates a platform for contemporary art and affiliated events.

London

United Kingdom
Address:
Louise T Blouin Institute 3 Olaf Street
W11 4BE
Phone: 020 7985 9600
Fax: 020 7985 9671
Website: http://www.ltbfoundation.org


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Artists Represented

Richard Meier, Architect


Current Exhibitions

Richard Meier: Art and Architecture
12 October 2007 - March 2008


Previous Exhibitions

James Turrell "A Life in Light" October 2006 - May 2007.

Gary Hill and Gerry Judah June - August 2007


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Press Releases

RICHARD MEIER ART AND ARCHITECTURE

OPENS 12 OCTOBER 2007

THE LOUISE T BLOUIN INSTITUTE has opened the retrospective exhibition of Richard Meier: Art and Architecture. The solo exhibition presents Meier’s extraordinary versatility as artist, designer and architect and comprises an overview of Meier’s outstanding international architectural creations together with an exploration of his sculpture, collages, drawings, photographs, furniture and product design over 45 years.

Richard Meier remains the youngest recipient of the Pritzker Prize (1984) which is considered to be architecture’s highest accolade. He is renowned internationally for cultural projects which include The Getty Center, Los Angeles; the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Barcelona; and the Jubilee Church, Rome, amongst others.

Meier has over the years developed his own distinctive and dynamic style of architecture to become one of America’s most influential and widely emulated architects. His work celebrates natural light and space in response to the environs in which it stands, thereby creating sublime spaces of... [ Read all ]


Press Links

http://www.architectsjournal.co.uk/reviews/exhibitionreviews/review__exhibition__richard_meier_art_and_architecture.html

http://www.bdonline.co.uk/story.asp?sectioncode=751&storycode=3095747&c=1

http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/visual_arts/architecture_and_design/article2670983.ece


News

Forthcoming Lectures: -

Tuesday 20th November 2007, 6.30pm
Authors talk with Daunt Books
Salley Vickers, author and analytical psychologist, will discuss the connections between literature, psychology and religion, in conjunction with the release of her latest book, “Where Three Roads Meet: The Myth of Oedipus.”



Tuesday 4th December 2007, 6.30pm
Alex Lifschutz, “One Building, Many Architects”
Very little work has been done to upgrade the pattern books that provided our housing and industrial buildings in the 18th and 19th centuries. But the principles developed in these, the foundation of our cities, can be brought up to date. We envisage a city that is responsive to the lifestyles and needs of its inhabitants rather than a top down structure led by singular cultural or leisure buildings which are often a problem rather than a solution to urban renaissance. Hear Alex Lifshutz, of Lifshutz Davidson Sandilands Architects discuss his issues and thoughts on architecture in the 21st century.



Wednesday 12th December 2007, 6.30pm
Professor Semir Zeki FRS, Professor of Neurobiology at University College Lon... [ Read all ]


Location And Getting There

Louise T Blouin Institute
3 Olaf Street
London
W11 4BE

Nearest tubes - Latimer road (Hammersmith and City) Holland Park or Shepherds Bush (Central Line)

Train - Paddington

Bus - 295


Opening Times

Tuesday 10.00 - 20.30
Wednesday - Sunday 10.00 - 18.00
Closed Monday