Spring Film Series: Parducci: The Man Who Made Detroit Beautiful

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Corrado Parducci was one of the most prolific architectural sculptors of the last century. Many of his buildings you already know: the Guardian, Buhl, Penobscot, David Stott, Bankers Trust Company and Fisher Buildings. While the bulk of his work can be found in Detroit and throughout Michigan, he completed a staggering sum of nearly 600 nationwide commissions from Los Angeles to New York. Parducci’s genius was his ability to work in a multitude of architectural styles; setting him apart from his competitors. His is a story of immigration, perseverance and artistic ability, which provides a compelling backdrop to the visual history of Detroit. Directed by Jack P. Johnson and produced by Jennifer Baross.

Shown at the Detroit Historical Museum. Running Time: 60 minutes. Admission is FREE.
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By: Detroit Historical Museum

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