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click to enlarge Jean Nouvel, Competition Entry: Central Berlin, 1990, Carnegie Museum of Art.

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Jean Nouvel, Competition Entry: Central Berlin, 1990, Carnegie Museum of Art.

Influencers: The Pritzker Architecture Prize 

When: Through Oct. 20
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The Pritzker Architecture Prize — given not for individual works, but for a collective lifetime contribution — is one of the most coveted awards in its field. The Heinz Architectural Center at the Carnegie Museum of Art is celebrating the award's 40th anniversary with an exhibit of past winners called Influencers: The Pritzker Architecture Prize. Featuring work from Philip Johnson, Zaha Hadid, Frank Gehry, Wang Shu, and many more, the exhibit presents the acclaimed architects' work across "drawings, models, furniture and photography."

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