Architecture Exhibitions International

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  • Schusev State Museum of Architecture
    May 29–Aug 26, 2018
    Curator Mark Akopian   The Museum of Architecture presents the exhibition project «The architecture of the stadiums» timed to the 21st FIFA World Cup. The championship will be the main sporting event of 2018 and will be held at 12 stadiums in 11 cities of Russia. Sports arenas are of particular importance in such events. Their architecture embodies the most current trends of their time. The...
  • MAK – Österreichisches Museum für angewandte Kunst Wien
    May 30–Sep 30, 2018
    Opening: May 29, 7:00 pm
    Anlässlich des 100. Todesjahres des Architekten Otto Wagner (1841–1918) untersucht die MAK-Ausstellung POST OTTO WAGNER. Von der Postsparkasse zur Postmoderne dessen Wirkung als „Vater der Moderne“ und zeigt den Kontext und die Wechselwirkungen zwischen Wagner und anderen Protagonisten der frühen Moderne ebenso auf wie den Einfluss seines epochalen Werkes auf Zeitgenossen, SchülerInnen sowie...
  • arc en rêve – centre d'architecture Bordeaux
    May 31–Oct 28, 2018
    arc en rêve centre d’architecture presents a major exhibition devoted to the work of Chinese architects Wang Shu & Lu Wenyu from 31 May to 28 October in the Large Gallery. Wang Shu & Lu Wenyu, with their firm Amateur Architecture Studio in Hangzhou, have developed an approach that is radically different from most Chinese architecture. Freeing themselves from Chinese architectural...
  • ArkDes Stockholm
    Jun 1, 2018–Jan 13, 2019
    Experience new and experimental works of design and architecture in public, by many of Sweden’s most prominent architects and designers, in ArkDes' major exhibition for 2018, Public Luxury. Public Luxury is an exhibition about architecture, design and the struggle for public life. Large-scale commissions, installations and projects inside and outside of the museum will give visitors an insight...
  • Civa Bruxelles
    Jun 1–Oct 14, 2018
    The North-South Connection is generally seen as a trauma in the imagination of Brussels denizens, a major error and the result of a lack of a strong-willed and coherent urban policy. (re)compose the city considers the period of reflection on the North-South Connection, from 1836 to 1952, as a town planning laboratory to turn Brussels into the capital of Belgium. The exhibition is based on several...

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