This page is all about images and the placement of images in the body area of the page. As you can see from the images below, you can vary the size and location of your images, as well as include captions below the images.
To create an image that spans across the top of the content page, upload an image that is 450px wide and whatever height you want. If you are using this page as a news article, you should put content above the page, otherwise the teaser in the view will not display.
Placing an image to the left of the page
You can place an image to the left of the text by assigning the Image Left style from the WYSIWYG toolbar. Simply select the image and select the style from the list and the image will float to the left.
Placing the image to the right of the page
You can place an image to the right of the text by assigning the Image Right style from the WYSIWYG toolbar. Simply select the image and select the style from the list and the image will float to the left.
Important Note: The Left and Right image styles do not show up in the list until the image is selected.
Adding the Caption
Captions can now be placed below the image that is entered in the body section of the text. When you add the image, click on the Advanced tab and enter the text in the Advisory Title field. This text displays below the image.
Tigerman’s work has earned him critical acclaim and countless awards, especially in Chicago, where his practice has flourished for more than a half-century. The work of his firm has been exhibited more than 300 times in major galleries and art museums around the world, including the Art Institute of Chicago, the Metropolitan Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. In 2007, Tigerman and his partner, Margaret McCurry, were named by Architectural Digest to its list of the top 100 architects and designers in the world.
The opening of “Ceci n’est pas une reverie” in New Haven coincides with the book launch of Tigerman’s collected writings 1964-2011, titled “Schlepping Through Ambivalence: Essays on an American Architectural Condition,” published by Yale University Press. It also coincides with the release of Tigerman’s autobiography, “Designing Bridges to Burn: Architectural Memoirs by Stanley Tigerman,” published by ORO Editions.
Also on display are such diverse objects as tableware Tigerman designed for Swid Powell, and his designs for Cannon Fieldcrest and Alessi. The exhibit also includes oil paintings from the “I Pledge Allegiance” series in the mid-1960s, “Architoons” and travel sketches from the 1970s onwards. The exhibition will be accompanied by both historical video material of Tigerman’s lectures and interviews, and a new video interview with Tigerman and others, produced by Karen Carter Lynch.