Painting Toward Architecture travelling exhibition traces the work of Australia's most prominent architect of the 20th century, Harry Seidler (1923-2006).
It examines his distinctive place and hand within and beyond modernist design methodology.
Dozens of featured projects realized across four continents bring to focus Seidler's twelve long-lasting creative collaborations with progressive artistic visionaries: architects Walter Gropius, Marcel Breuer, and Oscar Niemeyer; engineer Pier Luigi Nervi; artists Josef Albers, Alexander Calder,
Norman Carlberg, Sol LeWitt, Charles Perry, Frank Stella and Lin Utzon; and photographer Max Dupain.
The exhibition was developed by New York-based non-profit Curatorial Project in collaboration with Penelope Seidler.
Open to the public: Tuesday 24 March - Wednesday 15 April 2015