Stanley Tigerman

Stanley Tigerman

A Chicago native, Stanley Tigerman was a principal of the Chicago-based firm Tigerman McCurry Architects. In addition to his numerous building and installation designs throughout the world, Tigerman became known for his wit with his famous Titanic collage showing a sinking Crown Hall showcasing both his work's challenging of modernist ethics and humorous command of architecture’s many media. A member of the Chicago Seven, Tigerman's life's work has been exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in New York and most notably the Art Institute of Chicago, where a collection of his papers are housed at the Ryerson & Burnham Libraries.

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