Vladimir Belogolovsky is the founder of the New York-based Intercontinental Curatorial Project, which focuses on organizing, curating, and designing architectural exhibitions worldwide. Kenneth Frampton is the Ware Professor of Architecture at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation. Oscar Niemeyer, best known for his civic buildings in Brazil's capital Brasilia, was the recipient of the Pritzker Prize, the Royal Gold Medal of the Royal Institute of British Architects, and the Praemium Imperiale by the Japan Art Association. Norman Foster is the founder and chairman of Foster + Partners. He was awarded the Royal Gold Medal for Architecture and the American Institute of Architects Gold Medal, and is a Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate. Frank Stella is an American painter, sculptor, and printmaker.
"This is an exceptionally well-researched and poignant tribute to a
man who changed the architectural legacy of a continent and
reinterpreted a movement." -Identity Magazine Dubai
"Lifework provides an overdue update to the 1992 monograph...the new book provides superior reference material, with well-presented photographs and drawings..." -The Monthly
"Australian architect Harry Seidler was the flag bearer for Antipodean modernism. In a career that spanned nearly 60 years, the Viennese-born architect re-shaped the Australian skyline, bringing a very personal vision of hard-edged design to the country. Seidler spent his formative years working around the world with the masters of modern architecture - Gropius, Breuer, Albers and Niemeyer - before making his mark with a house he designed for his mother in 1950. Lifework traces the architect's career all the way from such early houses to the host of towers, galleries and embassies that grace Australia's major cities and beyond" -Wallpaper