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“Architect James Frazer Stirling’s work has resisted characterisation because of its radical shifts in influence, named by others as prewar modernism to Neoclassicism, Rationalism and Brutalism to Postmodernism. But the continuity of his thinking emerges through the stupefying quantity and variety of material in the James Stirling/Michael Wilford Archive, a tool for understanding an architectural practice of unusual complexity.”

“Notes from the Archive: James Frazer Stirling”
Curated by Anthony Vidler
Thursday, 05/16 – Sunday, 10/14

James Stirling

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from 16/05/2012
to 14/10/2012

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CCA
Centre Canadien d'Architecture / Canadian Centre for Architecture
1920, rue Baile, Montréal Québec Canada
H3H 2S6
514 939 7026
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Montréal Canada

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