Drawings for the Children’s Labyrinth 10th Trienniale of Milan, 1954
Steinberg’s four long drawings were produced for the Children’s Labyrinth, a spiraling, trefoil wall structure at 10th Triennial of Milan. The drawings were photographically enlarged and incised into the wall. The Line, which begins and ends with a hand drawing, is Steinberg’s manifesto about the conceptual possibilities of the line and the artist who gives them life. Types of Architecture is a satirical survey of world architecture. Cities of Italy resonates as the Italy Steinberg knew as a student in the 1930s.