350 buildings, I thought to myself, That's a lot! I can't wait to find out what he did in Chicago.
Nothing. Nada. Bagels. How can that be?
I checked this list and the only building that I should recognize (but don't) is the expansion to the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, above.
But the best part of Mr. Graves's obit in the Times was (my emphasis):
But by 1985 the backlash against postmodernism had begun, and the rejection of Mr. Graves’s plan for expanding the Whitney Museum of Art’s famed Breuer building was a setback. “No Mo Po Mo!” became the rallying cry of foes of postmodernism. His design would have radically altered the facade of the building, prompting objections from community groups and the city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission.