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Interstitial EP002

Lina Bo Bardi, Drawings
by Zeuler Lima

Lina Bo Bardi pursued formal ideas, and she drew looking for them. But that’s not where architecture stopped for her. Zeuler Lima walks us through her work on paper.

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AUTHOR
Zeuler R.M. de A. Lima
PUBLISHER
Princeton University Press in association with the Fundació Joan Miró
PAGES
140
PUBLICATION DATE
June 2019

Zeuler R.M. de A. Lima is an educator, scholar, architect, artist, curator, writer, and above all a humanist. He received his professional and doctoral education at the University of São Paulo School of Architecture and Urbanism and post-doctoral education in Comparative Literature at Columbia University. Lima is author of the acclaimed biography Lina Bo Bardi (Yale University Press, 2013) and publications in international books, exhibition catalogues, and journals. He has held teaching and research appointments at the University of São Paulo, Ecole d'Architecture de Grenoble, Columbia University, University of Michigan, Tokyo Hosei Daigaku, and Washington University (St. Louis and Florence). He is a curator of architecture exhibitions, including the show “Drawn by Hand: Architecture according to Lina Bo Bardi” at the Fondació Joan Miró Barcelona, produced in tandem with the book Lina Bo Bardi, Drawings (Princeton University Press, 2019). Lima develops work in drawing, artist's books, and conceptual art, including the current exhibition “Found in Translation” (Tokyo, Spring 2018; St. Louis, Winter 2019).

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