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  • Clin d’oeil poétique au film d’Abbas Kiarostami de 1987, « Où est la maison de mon ami ? » aborde la question de la perte et de l’exil forcé mais aussi de la reconstruction, entre souvenirs, rêves et cauchemars. Maison perdue, maison détruite, maison rêvée, maison ré inventée… chacun des artistes avec son histoire, ses fractures et son humour, sa poésie et sa révolte, fait émerger un monde...
  • Betts Project London
    Jan 26–Mar 9, 2019
    Opening: Jan 25, 6:00 pm
    Betts Project is pleased to present ‘Empire of Ice Cream,’ a solo exhibition by British architect Sam Jacob. This is the artist’s first exhibition at the gallery, and showcases a series of drawings made on graph paper along with three sculptures that altogether explore the significance of fragmented architecture and our ability to recollect. Conceived between 2011 and 2019, ‘Empire of Ice Cream’...
  • La Galerie d'Architecture Paris
    Jan 30–Feb 20, 2019
    Opening: Jan 31, 6:30 pm
    Surexposition révèle les dessous du nouveau bâtiment de la Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson et de la Fondation François Sommer — connue pour son Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature, livré récemment 79 rue des Archives à Paris par les architectes Lobjoy-Bouvier-Boisseau. À la fois lieu d’exposition et d’archive, lieu de travail et lieu public, ce projet pour deux fondations est aussi un sujet au...
  • On occasion of Bauhaus100 we created and presented this show in collaboration with Moses Mendelsohn Zentrum in Potsdam and Alte Synagoge Essen. The project was possible thanks to the support of “100 years Bauhaus in the West” – a joint project by the Ministry of Culture and Science of North Rhine-Westphalia and the regional bodies responsible for sustaining the rural culture of the region, namely...
  • Architektur Galerie Berlin SATELLIT
    Feb 1–Mar 30, 2019
    Opening: Jan 31, 7:00 pm
    Stephen Talasnik’s sculptures transcend the boundaries between architecture and art in both directions: although they are reminiscent of structurally and technically complex constructions, as habitats they belie the primacy of artistic freedom. In this way, Talasnik’s sculptures balance structural necessity with spatial and formal experimentation. “Architecture without Architects” is how Talasnik...

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