LIBESKIND, Daniel

In Conversation with Jonathan Glancey

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Date: Wednesday 17 March 1999
Time: 00:00
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Running time: 79 mins
Following many years as a theorist and teacher - including a period as an AA Unit Master from 1975-77 - Daniel Libeskind's unique intellectual vision is becoming a physical reality through his built projects. In this special event at the TUC Building on Great Russell Street, Libeskind talks about the focus, direction and repercussions of his work while locating it in a broader context of world architecture in a discussion with the architectural journalist and author Jonathan Glancey. Event introduced by Mohsen Mostafavi and Peter Murray.


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