PHILIP JOHNSON:
ARCHITECTURE AS ART

Located strategically at the Kreeger Museum, this temporary exhibition of Johnson’s most elegant residential projects and showcases Philip Johnson’s late works that explore the relationship between art and architecture.

The installation’s layered geometric forms provide the setting to view models, prints, paintings, and videos. Large murals and pedestals create a dramatic setting that resonates with the bold statements in Johnson’s late architecture and sculpture work.

The graphic design for identity, catalogue and other peripherals is inspired by Johnson’s “Da Monsta”, the entry pavilion to his estate in Connecticut.