The Great White Whale is Black
Tue, Feb 2, 2010 12am - Sat, Mar 13, 2010 12am
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Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture Professor and Painter/Architect Tony Candido recently presented his visionary idea of the interplay between humanity and the contemporary environment and what the future of architecture could be in the exhibition The Great White Whale Is Black. The materials presented focused on Candido’s calligraphic brush and ink paintings and drawings, which have been an important part of his output since 1967. Through a selection of work spanning the past five decades, The Great White Whale Is Black portrayed a bold expression of one man’s life vision, and illustrated Candido’s commitment to art and architecture.