From May 10 to August 7, the Centre Pompidou offers an overview of Norman Foster’s creations and universe. From New York to Hong Kong, London, Barcelona and Sydney, the internationally renowned architect has created some of the world’s most famous works.
Norman Foster is well and truly a household name. He is one of the great names in modern architecture, whose achievements can be seen all over the world. And with more than 300 awards, the artist deserves to be remembered for his 60-year career.
The Centre Pompidou is offering an exhibition devoted to the British architect from May 10 to August 7, 2023.
The exhibition will cover nearly 2,200 square meters and will reveal exceptional workbooks, drawings, models and prototypes that will allow visitors to immerse themselves in the work of this major artist of our time. Organized with the participation of Foster + Partners and the Norman Foster Foundation, the retrospective will also feature a selection of modern and contemporary artworks that mark important aesthetic periods for Norman Foster.
“The Norman Foster exhibition at the Centre Pompidou, covering 2200 square meters, is the largest exhibition devoted to a living architect”, said Frédéric Migayrou, the exhibition’s curator. “It presents his work, his oeuvre, unfolding over nearly sixty years, through 130 projects that touch on different themes. The scenography is entirely designed by this architect and allows, from a drawing room, to discover the whole of his work.”
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