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Liking the Bubble

An article by Kriston Capps in the City Paper sets up the next few months as critical for the fate of the Bloomberg Bubble, the proposed temporary inflatable event space for the Hirshhorn. I like the bubble, and explain why on the Post Style  Blog.

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With Elizabeth Diller at the Aspen Institute

C-SPAN has posted video of the Aspen Institute Cultural Diplomacy Forum, at which I interviewed architect Elizabeth Diller, of Diller Scofidio + Renfro, the architecture firm that is remaking Lincoln Center, created the Highline and is at work on a “bubble” structure for Washington’s own Hirshhorn Museum. Enjoy.

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