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Category list : Exhibition

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    Jaywalking The Canals in VeniceSubscription

    Essay28 September, 2012

    Jan Gehl, champion of the pedestrian and the human scale in urban planning, is celebrated by an exhibition in Venice

  • Imaginary Beings: Mythologies of the Not Yet by Neri Oxman

    Objects Caught in a NetSubscription

    Essay28 August, 2012

    Roberto Bottazzi reviews exhibition Creative Multiversities, a collection of work delving into digital technologies

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    Models through timeSubscription

    Essay28 August, 2012

    Richard Horden reviews Deutsches Architektur Museum’s extensive exhibition of architectural models from the Modern Movement

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    Games Lessons at the Soane MuseumSubscription

    Essay24 July, 2012

    Joseph Rykwert reviews an exhibition on sports buildings, from the Colosseum to the modern Olympics

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    La Tendenza: Italian Architecture on show Subscription

    Essay24 July, 2012

    The Pompidou Centre mounts a wide-ranging survey of post-war ultramontane architecture and theory

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    Architecture at the Royal AcademySubscription

    Essay18 June, 2012

    Showy Summer Exhibition struggles with solid substance

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    Thomas Heatherwick's show at the V&ASubscription

    Essay18 June, 2012

    Meeting the Maker: With a major retrospective of his work and an acompanying paving slab sized book, Thomas Heatherwick takes a moment to reflect on twenty years of work

  • Paul Klee, Tomb in Three Parts

    Bauhaus: Art as LifeSubscription

    Essay28 May, 2012

    Following the current trend of fascination with Bauhaus, the Barbican offers its own take on the contentious movement

  • Piet Mondrian (1872-1944). Composition with Double Line and Yellow, 1932. Oil on canvas 45.3 x 45.3 cm. Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh © 2012 Mondrian/ Holtzman Trust c/o HCR International Washington DC

    Mondrian and Nicholson in parallelSubscription

    Essay24 April, 2012

    This exhibition at The Courtauld Gallery explores the relationship between Piet Mondrian and Ben Nicholson

  • 'Even to spark out now would be no pain': a poster for the Anti-Art Fair (1986) designed by film maker John Maybury

    British Design 1948–2012: Innovation in the Modern AgeSubscription

    Essay24 April, 2012

    The Victoria & Albert Museum’s collection of the best of British design