by Jean Louis-Cohen
June 15th MOMA (Museum of Moden Art, New York City) will open its door to the public of this major Le Corbusier’s exhibition. An exhibit curated by Jean Louis-Cohen, Sheldon H. Solow and Barry Bergdoll.
Many exhibitions about Charles-Édouard Jeanneret have take place over the world, but I think this one may be the one. I will have to visit to proof I am right, of course, but it appears to be a very complete compilations of his works.
The main argument for this exhibit is Jeanneret’s care for lanscape in almost of all his projects, and to show that, there are sculptures, drawing, paintings, photographs and models of many of his models. I am also proud to say that his design, along with the GATCPAC, for the expansion of my home town, Barcelona, is going to be present.
There is not much I can say about it until I visit it myself, but in the meantime I wanted to share some pictures I found online about the process of hanging up a painting of massive dimension, something you do not often get to see.