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PCPA traveling retrospective opened in Tucumán, Argentina

PCPA traveling retrospective opened in Tucumán, Argentina

PCPA traveling retrospective opened in Tucumán, Argentina

New Haven, Conn. (May 19, 2015) — The retrospective exhibition, Cesar Pelli and the Modern World,” presenting the work of Cesar Pelli and Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, is now on view in the architect’s hometown of Tucumán. Sponsored by the University of Tucumán and the Department of Culture, this is the third venue of the retrospective. Last month it was on view at Capilla del Paseo del Buen Pastor in Córdoba and in November 2014 at Centro Cultural Recoleta in Buenos Aires. It will close June 14, 2015.

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Early work is on display, including projects Pelli designed with Eero Saarinen, DMJM and Gruen Associates. Moving to New Haven in 1977 to become Dean of Architecture at Yale University, Pelli started his own firm and began collaborating with Fred Clarke and others to design many of the world’s major buildings, including Petronas Towers, Ocean Financial Center in Singapore, Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower in Tokyo, Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County, and Winter Garden at the World Financial Center.

With photographs, drawings, models and video, “Cesar Pelli and the Modern World” highlights the international breadth of PCPA’s work. A large-scale mural of the studios illustrate the firm’s unique culture and design process.

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