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juan

is this what provoked the post?:

Revisiting Postmodernism
Michael Graves in Conversation with Stan Allen and Sarah Whiting
Wednesday, September 24
6:00 p.m.
Betts Auditorium, Princeton University

http://www.archleague.org/index-dynamic.php?show=812

Brian Libby

No, I wrote the post a couple days after that lecture, which I also wasn't aware of. Would love to hear Graves' thoughts about postmodernism, but I don't usually fly to New Jersey for lectures. Is it available online?

oula

the photo of graves with his tounge out at belluschi reminded me there is a great photo of pietro belluschi looking at a model of the portland building in disgust.

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