Category list : Exhibition
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Activating multiple modernities and identities, the Barbican’s Modern Couples exhibition probed the explicit intertwining of lives and art
MoMA’s powerful exhibition on Yugoslavia’s architecture is testament to the successful heterogeneity of a failed socialist state
Balancing act: Junya Ishigami’s shifts in scaleSubscription
From tabletops to cultural centres, Junya Ishigami’s delicate oneiric world obscures the confines of furniture and architecture
Piranesi’s seventeen remaining drawings of Paestum were brought together for the first time in a Berlin exhibition
A standout triumph of Freespace is Scotland’s rebellious contribution which exuberantly challenges the entire edifice of the Biennale with a participatory pavilion-cum-festival as much of Scotland as of Venice
Top five picks from the 2018 Venice BiennaleSubscription
The spritzes have been sunk, the cicchetti devoured and this year’s Venice Biennale digested – here are our editors’ five highlights
While there are some interesting contributions, the main exhibition’s incoherence proves that brilliant architects do not necessarily make good curators
Soane’s Ark: Building with SymbolsSubscription
The reconstruction of Soane’s Ark of the Masonic Covenant offers a 21st-century understanding of Soane’s masonic history
Life and Seoul: Seoul Biennale 2017Subscription
The launch of the Seoul Biennale puts the city centre stage
Domestic architecture in Japan is a powerful and optimistic force in the face of imminent disaster
Mies van der Rohe’s materiality comes to the fore in an exhibition of his montages
Palaces of NothingSubscription
‘Sheds’ at Hauser & Wirth Somerset reveled in the materiality and immediacy of architectural drawings
The troubled history of the asylum tests the limits of architectural design
Now that we’ve scraped the Giardini dust from our shoes and scrubbed the Aperol from our party frocks, can anything practical be taken from Aravena’s Biennale?
This Was Tomorrow: Reinventing Architecture Subscription
A view from This Was Tomorrow exhibition, conceived and curated by UK-based charitable foundation, Drawing Matter.
Shoes and architecture: a walk on the wild side?Subscription
Architects seem to jump at the chance to design a shoe – but despite the rich possibilities they bring to how we move through space, footwear remains an area of untapped spatial potential
‘It seems as though FAT has lost the plot - or at least strayed too far from the territory it best occupies’Subscription
Fat: Duplicate Array
Both artists and architects have used the single-family home to explore universal topics and expand their disciplines in new ways
Just what is it that makes South American architecture so appealing?
An exhibition at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park allows for an inhabitation of Henry Moore’s visionary altering of figure and landscape