Year of Palladio

The Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America and the Virginia Center for Architecture present:

Italian Dressing: Palladio and American Classicism

at the Virginia Center for Architecture’s Branch House
2501 Monument Avenue
Richmond, Virginia

June 26th- October 5th, 2008

Adam Van Doren, Villa Poiana, Vicenza 1988 watercolor with black ink over graphite on wove paper, 15 in. x 23 in.
Adam Van Doren, Villa Poiana, Vicenza (1988) watercolor with black ink over graphite on wove paper, 15 in. x 23 in.

In celebration of Palladio’s remarkable achievements as a gifted civic architect, the ICA&CA has assembled a unique collection of Palladian inspired works of art and architecture. Curated from work by Institute members, the exhibit consists of sketches, drawings, watercolors, and new projects, both built and un-built, demonstrating the breadth of Palladio’s continuous influence in the United States and abroad. It is the aim of the exhibition to show that there is still a great deal to be learned from Palladio and that perhaps the most relevant aspects of his influence remain to be discovered.

Featuring the work of:

  • Adam Van Doren
  • David Mayernik
  • Victor Deupi
  • Margaret Ketcham
  • Stephan Harby
  • James Cooper
  • Alexander Creswell
  • Giovanni Giaconi

  • Al Holm Architects
  • George Saumarez Smith for Robert Adam Architects
  • Hugh Petter for Robert Adam Architects
  • Tom Rajkovich Architects, LTD.
  • Peter Pennoyer Architects
  • Fairfax and Sammons Architects
  • Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects, Inc.
  • Cooper Robertson Architects
  • Ferguson & Shamamian Architects, LLP
  • Allan Greenberg Architects
  • de la Guardia Victoria Architects & Urbanists, Inc
  • Ernesto Buch Architects

Exhibition Photos Now Available


Exhibition Opening

Family Day

For directions and additional visitation information please visit: http://www.aiava.org/vca_index.jsp

For more information on the Institute of Classical Architecture and Classical America’s Year of Palladio programming please contact Jessica Ouwerkerk at 212-730-9646 extension 115.