Ricardo Bofill film. Photo: John Hill/World-Architects

World-Architects got a preview of the Time-Space-Existence exhibition, a collateral event of the Venice Biennale. The exhibition is being held in two venues: Palazzo Bembo and Palazzo Mora. Here we highlight some pieces from Palazzo Bembo.

Rene Rietmeyer and his Global Art Affairs Foundation first curated a collateral event for the architecture exhibition in 2012. Their second architecture exhibition is more expansive, inserting a mix of projects, films and installations from nearly 100 architects addressing the Time-Space-Existence theme. Below is a small sampling of what we saw on our preview. For more information on this and the 2012 exhibition, see our interview with Rietmeyer from February.

Installation by Alessandro Lupi. Photo: John Hill/World-Architects

Model by Tuncer Cakmakli Architects. Photo: John Hill/World-Architects

Installation by Peter Ebner/Carmen & Urs Greutmann. Photo: John Hill/World-Architects

Installation by Benjamin Garcia Saxe. Photo: John Hill/World-Architects

Model of The Cedar Box by General Architecture. Photo: John Hill/World-Architects

Installation by Kris Yao Artech. Photo: John Hill/World-Architects

Room installation with full-size detail by Baar-Baarenfels. Photo: John Hill/World-Architects

Halden Prison Norway installation by HLM Arkitektur AS. Photo: John Hill/World-Architects


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