Sydney Living Museum
Harry Seidler: Painting Toward Architecture is the first major exhibition on the architect to showcase never-seen-before original artworks. The exhibition is opened at the Museum of Sydney until March 2015 exploring the designs and long-lasting collaborations Harry Seidler forged with the other names in art, architecture, design and engineering. Through his work with Frank Stella, Marcel Breuer, Josef Albers, Pier Luigi Nervi, Alexander Calder, Max Dupain and Lin Utzon, Seidler set a precedent for the multidisciplinary team approach – an idea that spawned a creative synthesis.
Harry Seidler Open Day: Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 November 2014
To celebrate the exhibition Harry Seidler: Painting Toward Architecture we are opening several privately owned Seidler designed buildings to the general public for one weekend only.