World’s Fair Pavilion: Restoring the Tent of Tomorrow
- From July 26–November 2, 2014, the Transit Museum Gallery Annex in Grand Central Terminal will exhibit "Traveling in the World of Tomorrow: The Future of Transportation at New York’s World’s Fairs."
- Much like his contemporary Balthazar Korab (whose work is featured in the current issue of Dwell), Ezra Stoller's iconic images of post-war America depict the evolution of the Modernist movement.
- These modern gems are slated for demolition, in need of repair, or the subject of fundraising campaigns.
- The 13th Venice Architecture Biennale, directed by David Chipperfield and titled Common Ground, closed on 25th November 2012, attracting 178,000 visitors.
- On the show floor at Dwell on Design in Los Angeles, Dwell-curated pavilions, design schools, and museums displayed exciting new work. Click through the slideshow for the highlights.
- The concept of each country showing their best colors at the Venice Biennale began from 1895, in the same spirit of nationalism (or chauvinism) of the World's Fair.
- Bucky’s focus on innovation and efficiency willed a more enlightened, expansive future into existence.
- Stoller's images, which introduced modernism to a broader audience, anchor an exhibit of architectural photography at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh.