Harry Gugger: Art + Architecture: Building Museums for the Future
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Where
Thursday, January 16, 2014, 2:00 PM
Los Angeles Convention Center, South Hall J & K
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Architect Harry Gugger: Art + Architecture: Building Museums for the Future

The LA Art Show is pleased to welcome celebrated Swiss architect Harry Gugger on Thursday, January 16th for a lecture.  A force within the architectural community, Gugger's iconic designs have been lauded the world over.  In honor of his lecture, the  LA Art Show is providing complementary admission to view the show, and hear the Harry Gugger speak.

To redeem your complementary ticket:  Give the ticketing agent your business card that clearly indicates you work in the architectural arena.

2:00 PM - Architect Harry Gugger: Art + Architecture: Building Museums for the Future
Introduction: Carlo Caccavale, Associate Director, American Institute of Architects Los Angeles
Speaker: Harry Gugger, Founder & Principal Harry Gugger Studio, Basel Switzerland

Designing a space for a public art collection is a complicated task. The building can be an art piece in itself, grow attendance and become a destination for tourism. But it has to stand the tests of time, house a collection in perpetuity, reflect the community and the collection it serves, and incorporate room for growth. Learn how some very different institutions are tackling these challenges and building museums of the future.