News by tag: Exhibition

Manuel Herz Architects

Rights on Carpet

Works15. March 2017
By: Manuel Herz
San Francisco California, USA - 2017
All photos: Manuel Herz Architects, unless noted otherwise
Humanitarianism – i.e. activities of support and benevolence amongst individuals – has at its core the belief that mankind is somehow united; that there is something that men and women, independent of gender, religion, race, age or nationality, living across the globe have in common. This commonality is a shared set of values.

Symphonies of Light

Film15. March 2017
By: John Hill
Image from "Lumia Suite, Op. 158" (Photo: Courtesy of Yale News)
The Yale University Art Gallery has resurrected the mesmerizing Lumia compositions by artist Thomas Wilfred – including a piece commissioned by the Museum of Modern Art in 1963 – as part of its exhibition Lumia: Thomas Wilfred and the Art of Light.
Wang Shu - Amateur Architecture Studio

Inside 'The Architect's Studio'

Insight 6. March 2017
By: Christian Schittich
Installation shot of "The Architect's Studio: Wang Shu - Amateur Architecture Studio" (Photo: Poul Buchard)
The Architect's Studio: Wang Shu - Amateur Architecture Studio is on display at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark until 30 April 2017. The exhibition is the first in the museum's new series of monographic exhibitions devoted to architects. Critic Christian Schittich visited and filed this review.

African Modernism at AIANY

Found22. February 2017
By: John Hill
All photographs by John Hill/World-Architects
Architecture of Independence: African Modernism is on display at the Center for Architecture in New York City until 27 May 2017. World-Architects stopped by and snapped some photos of the exhibition.

Learning from Noguchi's Lead

Insight 3. February 2017
By: John Hill
Isamu Noguchi. Poston Park and Recreation Areas at Poston, Arizona, 1942. Blueprint. 42 3/8 x 88 inches (107.6 x 223.5 cm). (Photo: ©The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum, New York/ARS. Photograph by Kevin Noble.)
Self-Interned, 1942: Noguchi in Poston War Relocation Center, an exhibition that opened last month at the Noguchi Museum in Long Island City, Queens, examines how the months spent in a World War II internment camp impacted the life of Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi. 

The American Dream, Unpacked

Film24. January 2017
By: John Hill
Photos courtesy of Heather Clark
Two short films illustrate artist Heather Clark's three-piece exhibition, Maintenance, now on display at the Hillyer Art Space in Washington, DC.
"Polychrome Summer House" by Steven Holl (Image courtesy of the Olana Partnership)
Olana, the 19th-century home of landscape artist Frederic Edwin Church in New York's Hudson River Valley, invited 21 architects and landscape architects to imagine a 21st-century version of Church's unbuilt summer house.
Photo: Screenshot
California architect and digital innovator Greg Lynn gives viewer a tour of Archaeology of the Digital: Complexity and Convention, his third and last exhibition exploring architecture and digital technologies, on display at the Canadian Centre for Architecture until 16 October 2016.

Sharing Models: Manhattanisms

Found15. July 2016
By: John Hill
Models by, L-R: Archi-Tectonics, nARCHITECTS, SO-IL (All photographs by John Hill/World-Architects)
Sharing Models: Manhattanisms, a new exhibition at the Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York City, presents 30 visions for the city by 30 international architects.
Rosenwald Foundation School (La Jolla, California), 1928. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives (MoMA | Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, New York)
On 8 June, on Frank Lloyd Wright's 149th birthday, New York's Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) announced the exhibition Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive, which will be on display next year from 12 June to 1 October.