John Edwards Lecture 2011: Rem Koolhaas, OMA, in conversation with Nicholas Serota, Tate

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John Edwards Lecture 2011: Rem Koolhaas, OMA, in conversation with Nicholas Serota, Tate
by The Architecture Foundation

 

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The AF’s headline lecture and trans-disciplinary meeting of minds this year sees Rem Koolhaas in conversation with Sir Nicholas Serota. An exciting opportunity to witness two of the most influential figures in contemporary culture meet to discuss architecture, art, the creative city, and more. The conversation will be chaired by Mark Rappolt, Editor, Art Review.

Now a headline annual event which couples a global leading architect in conversation with a contemporary from a separate discipline, 2011’s Architecture Foundation John Edwards Lecture at Tate Modern provided a rare opportunity for the public to engage in a lively conversation between two of the 21st century’s most creative thinkers, both of whom are at the forefront of their respective fields.

The AF’s headline lecture and trans-disciplinary meeting of minds this year sees Rem Koolhaas in conversation with Sir Nicholas Serota. An exciting opportunity to witness two of the most influential figures in contemporary culture meet to discuss architecture, art, the creative city, and more. The conversation will be chaired by Mark Rappolt, Editor, Art Review.

Now a headline annual event which couples a global leading architect in conversation with a contemporary from a separate discipline, 2011’s Architecture Foundation John Edwards Lecture at Tate Modern provided a rare opportunity for the public to engage in a lively conversation between two of the 21st century’s most creative thinkers, both of whom are at the forefront of their respective fields.

Further information:
architecturefoundation.org.uk/programme/2011/john-edwards-lecture-2011-rem-koolhaas-oma-in-conversation-with-nicholas-serota-director-tate-modern

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