studied graphic design at the University of Cincinnati, and has been a partner in the New York office of Pentagram since 1990. Michael is a Senior Critic in Graphic Design at the Yale School of Art.
BOOKS BY Michael Bierut
Seventy-nine Short Essays on Design
Princeton Architectural Press, 2007
Looking Closer 5
Allworth Press, 2006
Looking Closer 4
Allworth Press, 2002
Looking Closer 3
Allworth Press, 1999
Looking Closer 1
Allworth Press, 1994
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L.A. Loves Deborah Sussman
A Kickstarter for an upcming exhibition on the wotk of Deborah Sussman in Los Angeles.
Remembering Alvin Eisenman
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MoMA's Modern Women
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Mariana Griswold Van Rensselaer, Freelancer
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Learning New Tricks
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