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Rudofsky, Bernard
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Biographical Note


1905 Born April 13.

1922-28 Attends Technological University, Vienna.

1928 Receives masters in architecture and English.

1928-29 Works in office of Professor O.R. Salvisberg, Dean, School of
Architecture, Berlin.

1930-31 Associate of Professor S. Theiss, Dean, School of Architecture,
Vienna.

1931 Receives doctorate.

1932-35 Ghost architect for national competitions, Capri, Naples.

1935-36 Study trip to the United States.

1936 Designs Casa Oro, Naples.

1937-38 Partner of Giovanni Ponti, Milan and editor of Domus.

1938-41 Independent architect, Sao Paolo, Brazil.

1941 Second visit to the United States upon the invitation of the Museum of
Modern Art, New York as the Brazilian winner of an inter-American design
competition. Permanently resides in New York until his death.

1942-43 Associate Editor and Art Director, New Pencil Points (now known as
Progressive Architecture).

1944-45 Director of Apparel Research, MOMA. Guest Director of Exhibitions,
MOMA for "Are Clothes Modern?"

1945 Receives New York state architectural license.

1946-49 Editorial and Art Director, Interiors.

1956 Guest Director of Exhibitions, MOMA for "Textiles U.S.A."

1956-57 Bemis Visiting Lecturer, MIT.

1957-58 Chief Architect and Originator of the United States Government
Exhibitions at the United States Pavilion, Brussels Universal Exposition.

1958-60 Research Professor, Waseda University, Tokyo.

1961 Visiting Critic, Graduate Class of Architecture, Yale.

1961-65 Consultant, Department of Architecture, MOMA.

1961-63 Member, Advisory Screening Committee on Art & Architecture, United
States Government Awards.

1964 Guest Director of Exhibitions, MOMA for "Architecture without
architects."

1965 Guest Director of Exhibitions, MOMA for "Japanese Manuscript Maps"
with works from his own collection.

1965-66 Visiting Professor of Art, Yale.

1975 Guest Professor of Architecture, Royal Academy of Fine Arts,
Copenhagen.

1979-81 Smithsonian Scholar in Residence, Cooper-Hewitt Museum, New York.

1988 Dies in New York.