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calatrava at the met

Santiago Calatrava: Sculpture into Architecture
October 18, 2005–March 5, 2006
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Santiago Calatrava (b. 1951), the author of some of the most beautiful structures of our epoch, spends much of his time drawing and conceiving sculptures. This exhibition shows how many of the forms of his celebrated buildings originated in independent works of art. It includes approximately two dozen sculptures in marble and bronze, many drawings, and 12 architectural models, including work related to the Path Terminal at the World Trade Center site.

what kind of chub is calatrava?

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