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  • Architekturschaufenster e.V. Karlsruhe
    Sep 24–Oct 19, 2018
    Opening: Sep 27, 7:00 pm
    Warum machen Architekten Kunst? Warum setzen sich bildende Künstler mit Architektur auseinander? Wie schafft man Kunst am Bau, wie entstehen ortsspezifische Kunstwerke? In der neuen Ausstellungsreihe Kunst und/im/am Bau werden ausgewählte zeitgenössische „architektur-künstlerische“ Positionen präsentiert, in Gruppen- ebenso wie in Einzelausstellungen. Themen sind dabei Kunstwerke, die sich mit...
  • Architekturmuseum der TU München
    Sep 26, 2018–Jan 13, 2019
    This exhibition, which marks the 150th anniversary of the TU Munich, sheds light on the architectural history of the Kingdom of Bavaria during the reign of Ludwig II (1864-1886). The exhibition provides the first ever survey of the buildings constructed under his aegis, and of the projects that went unrealized. The focus is not just on the world-famous royal palaces and the spectacular theater...
  • Alvar Aalto Museum Jyväskylä
    Sep 27–Nov 4, 2018
    The exhibition of visual art by the architect Sakari Laitinen (1937-2015) is a celebration of colour and form. Laitinen, who had also worked in Alvar Aalto’s architect’s office in the early years of his career, was gifted at drawing, and practised art in parallel with architecture from his student years onwards. He influenced the field of architecture in diverse ways and, after retiring from...
  • Casa da Arquitectura Matosinhos
    Sep 28–Sep 30, 2018
    Infinito Vão - 90 Years of Brazilian Architecture is the exhibition that Casa da Arquitectura – Portuguese Centre of Architecture will inaugurate on September 28, curated by Fernando Serapião and Guilherme Wisnik. The exhibition will be accompanied by a rich parallel programme—co-curated by Nuno Sampaio, executive director of Casa da Arquitectura—which will run until April 2019 and comprises...
  • S AM – Schweizerisches Architekturmuseum Basel
    Sep 29–Nov 4, 2018
    Opening: Sep 28, 7:00 pm
    Over millennia, architecture has embodied the notion of a permanently changing continuity. Most buildings from architectural history no longer exist today in their original form because they have been relentlessly transformed over time. In this way, they have been able to outlast epochs and to fulfil successive changing functions, for which they were not originally planned. Today, in contrast,...


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