Architecture–History And Criticism
Improvised architecture as a form of temporality for marginalized communities.
Honing sensory experience and collective mindfulness.
The artistic directors of the Chicago Architecture Biennial discuss their new Menil Drawing Institute and the role of history in contemporary architecture.
Open floor plans are less open than we think—and ripe for intervention. Oppenheimer’s latest effort is on view at the Pérez Art Museum Miami.
An architect conjures the ghosts of New York’s unbuilt past.
Where he grew up there were no museums, or art collections, or the possibility of being exposed to any form of art that was not reproduction.
Kari Adelaide reflects on the site and exhibition at the New York Public Library that explores Frederic Church’s art and life through photography.
Sixteen Polish installation artists take on the titular theme of Architectures of Gender in varied ways, from confronting viewers with oversized statistics to transforming Bauhaus design principles into a utopic living room.
Dedication speeches by David Shapiro and John Hejduk to honor Jan Palach and for President Havel, September 4, 1991.