Theo. David in “Brutal Legacy: A Conversation about Paul Rudolph and his Endangered Masterwork”

Sunday, September 28th 2:00pm

Theoharis David, Sean Khorsandi, and William Watson will be participating in a conversation at the Front Room Gallery in Brooklyn, NY to discuss the imperiled Orange County Government Center, Paul Rudolph’s legacy, and the necessity for preservation. Currently on view at the Front Room is Brutal Legacy, a selection of images by photographer Sean Hemmerle. Taken over the past three years, the images represent the most comprehensive visual archive of the Government Center to date.
Doors open at 1:00. The discussion will begin at 2:00, lasting approximately one hour, with a question and answer period to follow.

Architect Theo. David was a student and friend of Paul Rudolph. Architect Sean Khorsandi is Co-Director of the Paul Rudolph Foundation. Designer William Watson has been compiling a scholarly archive about the Government Center since 2012. Watson and Hemmerle were awarded a grant from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts in 2013 for their project, Brutal Legacy.
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