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Steven Hillyer


Steven Hillyer received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture in 1990. In keeping with a longstanding tradition of mounting exhibitions and publishing work that informs the pedagogy of the School, Hillyer has curated, designed, and installed nearly 40 exhibitions at The Cooper Union and abroad, presenting the work of—and often working directly with—such distinguished architects as Raimund Abraham, John Hejduk, Bernhard Hoesli, Louis I. Kahn, Daniel Libeskind, Franco Purini, Carlo Scarpa, Massimo Scolari, Michael Webb, and Lebbeus Woods, as well as the artists Anthony Candido, Mary Kelly, Costantino Nivola, and Robert Slutzky, and photographers J. Henry Fair and Margaret Morton. Hillyer’s international work includes exhibitions at Prague Castle, the Netherlands Architecture Institute, and the Canadian Centre for Architecture.


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Nivola in New York | Figure in Field

Text by Steven Hillyer and Roger Broome