In the NYT's
Karen Rosenberg considers cut paper as art
(Tom Friedman, Olafur Elliason
and an absent Yuken Teruya) at the Brad
Museum of Art and Design
If Terry Toedtemeier and John Laursen don't win the
Frances Fuller Victor Award for General Nonfiction in the Oregon Book Awards
I'd be very surprised. Even without the award the book is a legacy
that cannot be underestimated. It's simply the most important book to be published
in the state in over a decade!
Brian Libby discusses this year's AiA
. Suddenly, architecture in Portland doesn't seem so staid...
responsible maybe but not staid no longer. Oh and since the Oregonian still does not have an architecture critic I'm going to declare the obvious, Libby is the architecture critic of record in the state and has been since Randy Gragg left.
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