New Exhibition: The Brits Who Built the Modern World
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This is a retrospective of the work of Pritzker Prize–winning architect Norman Foster and his architectural firm, Foster + Partners. The exhibition is scheduled to coincide with the grand opening of the new Foster–designed Winspear Opera House in the Dallas Center for Performing Arts, and will feature drawings, renderings, photographs, models and videos of work from the past four decades.