Next week, Tate Britain launches an exhibition dedicated to James Stirling, the architect behind Tate Liverpool on the Albert Dock and the Clore Gallery at Tate Britain.
The exhibition will comprise of rarely seen drawings, models, photographs and sketches, including a childhood bird-watching diary and blueprints for the Cambridge University History Faculty building, which Stirling worked on in the 1960s.
The exhibits on display are predominantly from the recently catalogued archive James Stirling-Michael Wilford fonds at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal. The exhibition coincides with the Tate Britain Millbank Project, which is the first stage to renovate and improve Tate Britain by Caruso St John Architects.
Here’s a sneak peek at some of the rare material that will be on display during the exhibition.
James Stirling: Notes from the Archive runs from 5 April – 21 August at Tate Britain, 5 Atterbury St, Westminster, London SW1P