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Lina Bo Bardi: Architect etc.
Zeuler Lima
May 14, 2015 (6pm)

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In conjunction with the Graham Foundation's new exhibition, Lina Bo Bardi: Together, Zeuler Lima will present his recent Graham-funded book Lina Bo Bardi about the work and life of the Italian-born Brazilian architect, and will discuss Bo Bardi's prolific career as an architect, editor, theorist, and exhibition designer.

Copies of Lima's Lina Bo Bardi (Yale University Press, 2013) will be available for purchase in the Graham Foundation Bookshop.


Zeuler R. Lima is an architect, author, and associate professor at Washington University in Saint Louis. He received his Ph.D. from the Universidade de São Paulo and completed a post-doctorate fellowship in comparative literature at Columbia University. He unanimously received the International Bruno Zevi Prize for architectural history and criticism in 2007. Lima has published extensively on twentieth-century architecture, urbanism, art, and landscape architecture. He has won several Brazilian design competitions and awards, including the Federal District Legislative Chamber (2010) on the Monumental Axis in Brasília, DF. He also practices drawing, painting, and printmaking and has participated in several exhibitions.

Image: Gregório de Mattos Theater, Salvador, Lina Bo Bardi, 1987. Photo credit: Zeuler R. Lima

Related Links
Places Journal: "Lina Bo Bardi and the Architecture of Everyday Culture"

For more information on the exhibition, Lina Bo Bardi: Together, click here.