“But autumn sunlight is simply perfection of the day, glory of the season, the year's high achievement, somehow. It summons one to the outdoors, where even the autumn leaves partake of it.” -New York Times. October 17, 1976.
Mirror panels reflecting Cleveland Public Auditorium The interplay between Cleveland’s architecture and public art serves as a striking and ever adapting chronicle of the city’s history and ambitions. Like many great American cities, Cleveland was an industrial titan, experienced White flight, and is now being “rediscovered” by the children and grandchildren of those who abandoned… Continue reading Imagining the civic self: architecture and public art in Cleveland