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Structural Iconography

Vancouver Art Gallery’s Cabin Fever investigates the influence of an architectural form on the cultural identity of the US and Canada.

Transcendent Sculptures

An exhibition of new work by Nathaniel Rackowe at Letitia Beirut examines the changing nature of the built environment, reflecting on urban dwellings.

Top 5 UK Architecture Shows

Aesthetica collates five must-see exhibitions that pave the way for the future of urban planning through sustainable methods and new materials.

Responsive Construction

Offering unique solutions to social housing, ELEMENTAL studio create sustainable residential areas through social engagement.

Expressive Construction

As the pace of life quickens, structures are required to become more adaptable. Zaha Hadid Architects’ latest project offers a solution.

Observing Architecture

Focusing on 10 key photographs from the 1950s and 1960s, a show reveals iconic architect Denise Scott Brown’s interdisciplinary lens.

Cultural Identifiers

MoMA, Focal Point Gallery and the current issue of Aesthetica look towards utopian ideals through architecture and photography.

Pioneering Female Architects

Foregrounding the contribution of women, this selection of female architects demonstrates innovative approaches to urban space.

Cultural Criticism

Jyoti Dhar is an art critic of British and Indian descent based in Colombo. She is a contributing editor for ArtAsiaPacific and regularly contributes to Artforum and The…

Urban Perspectives

Siegfried Hansen’s street photography is on display this summer as part of the 2018 Hamburg Triennial, covering the theme of Breaking Point.

Considering Artifice

The topic of editing, cropping and filtering, as well as the impact of digital circulation, is addressed in several exhibitions and publications this month.

Profiling Innovation

A new book by Libby Sellers, Women Design, profiles 21 pioneers who have shaped the design world over the past 100 years, redressing the gender balance.

Curating Experiences

Pioneering in its extent of research, a new book from Phaidon presents a concentrated and intriguing overview of architectural exhibitions.

10 to See: Summer Shows

This summer’s must-see solo exhibitions, group shows and biennales demonstrate the UK’s dynamic artistic landscape.

Historical Devices

Mark Wallinger’s recently opened public artwork reflects upon notions of justice and democracy, offering an immersive experience.

Constructing Light

In a new exhibition titled Architecture and People, Nederlands Fotomuseum brings Werner Mantz’s architectural and portrait works together.

Breaching Boundaries

Founded in 1995 in the city of Gwangju in South Korea, the Gwangju Biennale is Asia’s first and most well-known contemporary art biennale.

Cinematic Architecture

Openstudio Architects’ Swartberg House is the subject of a five-channel video installation at La Biennale di Venezia.

Influential Messages

Art Basel’s photography selection includes key voices, raising awareness of ongoing social, political and ecological questions.

Moving into Architecture

Fjordenhus, the first building realised by Olafur Eliasson and his architectural team, builds on a socially and conceptually responsive practice.

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