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Category list : Exhibition

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  • Blur Building Diller Scofidio & Renfro

    Competitive StreakSubscription

    Essay4 March, 2013

    In New York, a recent exhibition at the Storefront for Art and Architecture challenges the architectural competition’s prevalence in professional practice

  • scan lab

    Frozen Relics: ‘In a time when everything is digital nothing really has to disappear’Subscription

    Essay27 February, 2013

    The recent exhibition Frozen Relic: Arctic Works by ScabLAB Projects presented a series of Arctic artefacts that no longer exist, but in the digital age of precise cataloguing, are these disappearing landscapes no longer considered precious?

  • Baltard

    Thieving Baltard! Subscription

    Essay31 January, 2013

    Niall Hobhouse on the 19th century painter turned architect’s exhibition in Paris


    Playboy MansionsSubscription

    Essay17 December, 2012

    An exhibition of the infamous but quaint Playboy magazine reveals a publication that’s original raison d’etre was as culturally provocative as it was sexually charged

  • Scarpa

    Through a glass, brightly Subscription

    Essay17 December, 2012

    Across the water from the Venice Biennale a small exhibition of Carlo Scarpa’s glass work offers more coherant viewing

  • MOMA

    Building a better world Subscription

    Essay23 November, 2012

    In a departure from the institution’s staid past, MoMA stages a show examining the politics motivating architects and their buildings

  • Beneath the iron vaults of Labrouste’s library, Walter Benjamin explored the arcades of Paris, enthusing over ‘Iron as revolutionary building material!’ while mourning the retention of historic forms

    Redressing the balance: Henri LabrousteSubscription

    Essay23 November, 2012

    Labrouste’s oeuvre of libraries and pioneering iron constructions gets a long-overdue revisit in a new Parisian exhibition, later travelling to MoMA, NYC

  • de Francia Private View

    False EconomySubscription

    Essay23 October, 2012

    John Berger’s archive is on show at Somerset House, a tonic draft of pungent tendentiousness in an ever-more toothless critical landscape

  • Altes Museum

    Drawing a ConclusionSubscription

    Essay23 October, 2012

    A selection from Schinkel’s vast output of drawings on display in Berlin reveal a consummate master of a changing form – and an oeuvre open to endless reinterpretation

  • Rossi

    Rossi’s Coup de ThéâtreSubscription

    Essay28 September, 2012

    Theatres and theatricality are the focus of an exhibition devoted to the drawings and models of Aldo Rossi