Bernard Tschumi, Architecture: Concept & Notation was the first major retrospective of Tschumi’s work in Paris since the launching of his career internationally with the Parc de la Villette in the 1980s. It was one of a series of monographic exhibitions at the Centre Pompidou focusing on the work of contemporary architects Jean Nouvel, Thom Mayne, Richard Rogers, Dominique Perrault, and most recently Frank Gehry. Limited in size but sharply focused, it was set up in the mezzanine just beyond the entrance, the Centre Pompidou’s customary site for architectural exhibitions. The displays of models, drawings, and sketches, accompanied by explanatory texts, filled the corner of the building looking out onto the plaza and sculpture...

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