PIER LUIGI NERVI AND AUSTRALIA: OUTBACK MODERNISM EXHIBITION, 6 – 16th JUNE 2017
Pier Luigi Nervi (1891-1979), Italy’s most influential modern architect-engineer, is internationally renowned for his use of curving concrete forms, soaring arches and V- or Y-profiles.
This exhibition showcases Nervi’s most prominent works for the first time in Western Australia, highlighting the unbuilt New Norcia Cathedral scheme and his collaborative contributions to Harry Seidler’s projects.
Curated and organized by Dr Annette Condello, SOBE Curtin University with the Pier Luigi Nervi Project Association, Brussels, and Cristiana Chiorino, ComunicArch Associates, Turin
QV1 Building foyer, 250 St Georges Terrace Perth, Australia
Mondays to Fridays, from 09.00 to 17.00h
Download NERVI exhibition flyer 2017
Opening and book launch WED 7 June, 6pm
RSVP – essential – to A.Clocherty@curtin.edu.au by 1 June.
Please also find attached the invitation flyer to circulate to people who might be interested.