Highlight> Louis I. Kahn: Building A View

(Courtesy Lori Bookstein Fine Art)

(Courtesy Lori Bookstein Fine Art)

Lori Bookstein Fine Art
138 Tenth Ave., New York
Through June 25

The architect Louis Kahn drew inspiration from his travels, both in foreign lands and closer to home. A new exhibition brings together drawings, watercolors, pastels, and oil paintings Kahn made between the late 1920s and the early 1950s during trips around the United States, Canada, Europe, and Egypt. From New England churches to Egyptian rock quarries, the collected works offer Kahn’s interpretation of diverse landscapes and cityscapes, like Coastal Village, No. 2, Isle Madame, Nova Scotia (1936), above. In the exhibition, Kahn’s artwork is contextualized with his postcards and other travel ephemera.

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