21 nov - Seagram Building(1954–1958 New York City El...

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Adolf Loos,  Steiner House  (1910) Vienna
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Vladimir Tatlin Monument to the Third International (1919-1920)
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Gerrit Thomas Rietveld, Schr ö der House (1924) Utrecht
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Walter Gropius,  Bauhaus  building, view towards entrance to a block (1925-1926) Dessau
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Walter Gropius Shop Block, the Bauhaus (1925-1926) Dessau Marcel Breuer, Tubular Chair (1925)
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Le Corbusier,  Villa   Savoye  (1929-1931) Poissy-sur-Seine
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Cass Gilbert Woolworth Building (1911-1913) New York City
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William van Alen,  Chrysler Building  (1928) Shreve, Lamb & Harmon,  Empire State Building  (1931)
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Trylon  and  Perisphere , 1939 World’s Fair, New York City
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Ludwig Mies van der Rohe with Philip Johnson
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Unformatted text preview: Seagram Building (1954–1958) New York City El Lissitzky, Proun Space (1965) installation using visual vocabulary of Suprematism Barbara Hepworth, Oval Sculpture (No. 2) (1943) plaster cast, 11 ¼” x 1’ 4 ¼” x 10” Barbara Hepworth, Forms in Echelon (1938) wood, 42 1/2” x 23 11/16” x 28” Henry Moore, Reclining Figure (1939) elm wood, 3’ 1” x 6’ 7” x 2’ 6” Grant Wood American Gothic (1930) oil on beaverboard 2’ 5 7/8” x 2’ 7/8” Thomas Hart Benton, Pioneer Days and Early Settlers (1936) mural, Jefferson City...
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