Category list : Exhibition
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Watching the quiet ones: An exhibition that emphasize the research process rather than the built work epitomize an architecture that menage to whisper instead of imposing loudly in the contraddictions of the contemporary cities
Art pieces establish a dialogue with the Corbusier’s architecture on the renovated rooftop of the Unité d’Habitation
Shigeru Ban: Works In PaperSubscription
Exhibition: Shigeru Ban: Architecture and Humanitarian Activities, Art Tower Mito, Ibaraki, Japan ended 12 May
Exploring Modern Ruins Subscription
The remains of failed development are a testament to hubris, but these ‘monuments to risk’ show an alarming beauty in this recent exhibiton
Energy: zero impactSubscription
This new exhibiton is only the second so far to be developed just by the Maxxi’s curatory staff. Zaira Magliozzi writes on whether it meets the expectations of the new museum
Clique within a cliqueSubscription
The artistic indiviualities of members of The Independant Group created potent synergies
Eileen Gray is deserving of a full retrospective, but does it reflect on her character, asks Andrew Ayers?
Hand of CorbSubscription
A new exhibition in Stockholm collects a vast archive of Le Corbusier’s work, including paintings, sculptures, furniture and other objects by the famous architect
Et in arcadia ego Subscription
Ayla Lepine reviews the exhibition White Cube Green Maze: New Art Landscapes taking place at the Yale School of Architecture Gallery
Feminist Practices: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Women in Architecture explores what it means to employ feminism in design, but can the exposed design methods really be considered radical?