Category list : Exhibition
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Sculptural architecture can be moving, monstrous, or just plain arbitrary: a group of exhibitions in LA explores the borderline between the two spatial disciplines
Sensing Spaces at the Royal AcademySubscription
Richard Wentworth reviews the RA’s latest architectural exhibition, which features work from seven international architects
By restaging the fundamental relation between architecture and nature, ArchiLab 2013 produced one of its most convincing editions to date
The Arctic Tundra as ArchitectureSubscription
Andrew Mead reviews an exhibition focusing on ‘The last Imaginary Place’, looking at the Arctic as a place of architecture and habitation
An exhibition which focuses on Augueste Perret’s personal and artistic development in an effort to dispel a cold and dry reputation
Exhibition: The work of John GlewSubscription
Tony Fretton is impressed by John Glew’s architecture and by the theoretical framework behind it
Owen Hatherly reviews Brutal and Beautiful: Saving the Twentieth Century, an exhibition at Wellington Arch
MoMA’s highly provocative exhibition makes the case for a bigger version of itself as soon as possible
3D printing a better worldSubscription
Widespread media hype is obscuring digital fabrication’s socially transformative potential
How can we understand drawings as expressions of a specific creativity, forming part of a history of creative thinking?