Send us your Haiku (a poem written in 17 syllables, divided into lines of 5, 7 and 5 syllables each) about why you love modern architecture. The winner will receive two tickets to Conversations in Context at the Glass House on August 18. Includes a 2-hour tour hosted by photographer Todd Eberle and a reception. (Photo courtesy of Todd Eberle.) Contest details…
To enter: email your Haiku about why you love modern architecture to email@example.com.
Include your name, city and state of residence, as well as your age, phone number and email address. Must be 21 to enter.
One winner will receive 2 tickets to the August 18 Conversation in Context. Winner is responsible for their own transportation, parking and any other costs. Ticket value $300 ($150 each).
Four runner ups will have their Haiku published on DWR’s Facebook page and on the Design Notes blog.
DWR is proud to be the sponsor of Conversations in Context at the Glass House — continuing the legacy of what has been described as “the longest running salon in America,” as great minds in architecture, art, and design gathered in New Canaan, Connecticut at the invitation of Philip Johnson and David Whitney.
About the host: Todd Eberle was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1963 and came to prominence with his iconic photographs of Donald Judd’s works produced at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas. Early in his career, he also photographed prominent artists and architects including Philip Johnson, Brice Marden, and Zaha Hadid. He is currently the photographer-at-large for Vanity Fair magazine. In addition to editorial photography, Eberle has exhibited at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Tate Modern, the Museum of Modern Art (New York), and the Museum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles). Eberle’s book, Empire of Space, published in 2011, chronicles his thirty-year career and features many never-before-seen photos. (Photo courtesy of Todd Eberle.)