Giovanna Silva explores the architectural heritage of the Philippines, illustrating the relationship between architecture and history, through the architectural exuberance of a power long marked by corruption and nepotism.
The collection of works by artists related to architecture and architectural projects of the Frac Centre-Val de Loire, as story of the origins: a rereading of the foundations on which architectural experimentation has been built since the beginning of the 1950s.
Rehousing is the title of a series of works by Peter Friedl which comprises a selection of individual, intricate, and true-to-scale models of houses. Collectively, these structures materialize as constructed environments that reflect the recent past, different biographies, and ideologies in diverse ways; they are “case studies for the mental geography of an alternative modernity.”
Photo documentary set in a deserted Geneva during the G8 counter-summit in 2003. The series stages the abandonment of the urban space and its transformation through the deployment of defense barricades.
This publication presents an extended interview with the French architect
Claude Parent (1923–2016) by curator Mai Abu ElDahab and visual artist Benjamin
Seror that took place between 2013 and 2015. It features
a wide selection of drawings by Parent.
Catalogue of the artist's exhibition in the Portuguese pavilion at
the 58th Venice Biennale: a sculpture project engaging the heritage of
post-war Italy's architecture and Italian vernacular craftsmanship.