McCormick Place: Perspective View Looking toward Lake
Chicago (Building address)
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Art Institute of Chicago. 1986. Mies Reconsidered: His Career, Legacy, and Disciples. Exh. cat. Art Institute of Chicago/Rizzoli, cat. no. 120, p. 139.
Zukowsky, John, ed. 1993. Chicago Architecture and Design, 1923-1993: Reconfiguration of an American Metropolis. Exh. cat. Art Institute of Chicago/Prestel, cat. no. 153.
Zukowsky, John, and Martha Thorne. 2004. Masterpieces of Chicago Architecture. Art Institute of Chicago/Rizzoli, p. 139.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Past Forward: Architecture and Design Collection at the Art Institute,” September 12, 2017 – January 21, 2018.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “The City Lost and Found: Capturing New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles, 1960–1980,” Chicago: October 26, 2014–January 11, 2015; Princeton University Art Museum: February 21–June 7, 2015.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Masterpieces of Chicago Architecture,” Apr. 2004-Sept. 2005.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Chicago Architecture and Design, 1923-1993: Reconfiguration of an American Metropolis,” June 12-Aug. 1993, cat. no. 153.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “The Unknown Mies van der Rohe and His Disciples of Modernism,” 1986-1988, cat. no. 120; Art Institute of Chicago Aug. 22-Oct. 5, 1986, traveled to Germany.
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