We had the pleasure to talk to the architecture firm's founding partner Elizabeth Diller, who provided us with some basic information on the concept of the museum's architecture with its "veil-and-vault" idea, the challenges the architecture studio faced and how they worked with the natural light.
What would you say if I told you that I was about to build a new art museum with gallery walls that could not be hung with art and a skylit exhibition space that would be used to display light-sensitive works?
Julia Bryan Wilson partakes in the Roski School of Fine Art's Critical Conversation series, which invites artists and other cultural figures to give a lecture on their work and engage in rigorous conversation.
What dramatic role does art play in fiction, and in the understanding of a place? In this Getty Perspectives lecture, presented in collaboration with Zocalo, Geoff Dyer discusses his work, art and fiction.