Jean Tschumi at MoMA
30 October 2021
Three drawings by Jean Tschumi are currently on view in The Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection galleries. An exterior perspective and two interior views of the Nestlé Headquarters in Vevey, Switzerland are displayed in a section devoted to transparency in architecture. The works are part of a gift of Jean Tschumi’s drawings to the Museum by Bernard Tschumi in 2009.

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Bernard Tschumi lecture for Mextrópoli Festival
11 September 2021
On the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center, Bernard Tschumi delivers a virtual talk for the 2021 Mextrópoli Festival of Architecture and the City in Mexico City. The presentation includes, among other things, the office’s counter-project for Ground Zero, The Tri-Towers of Babel (2002) and issues of context.

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Jean Tschumi retrospective at the Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine
16 June 2021
A retrospective exhibition of the work of Jean Tschumi (1904-1962) opened in Paris at the Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine on May 12th and will remain on view through September 19th. The exhibition of this master architect and designer, now considered a critical link in the transmission of International Style modernism from the United States to Europe in the 1950s and 60s, is made possible by a gift of over 300 drawings by Jean Tschumi to the museum by his son, Bernard Tschumi. The exhibition was realized under the direction of Stéphanie Quantin-Biancalani and Jean-Baptiste Minnaert.
Superstudio Exhibition with a contribution from Bernard Tschumi
15 January 2021
Bernard Tschumi contributes to Superstudio Migrazioni, a major exhibition and catalogue on the work of the radical Italian group presented by CIVA (Brussels). As part of the publication, an interview with Tschumi by curators Emmanuelle Chiappone-Piriou and Aurélien Vernant charts the cultural context and influence of Superstudio, from post-1968 attitudes towards the city and discipline to artistic cross-pollinations.

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