Monthly Archives: July 2009

Images and Memory

Immagini e memoria: Rome in the photographs of Father Peter Paul Mackey 1890-01 Sir John Soane’s Museum is hosting an exhibition from the photographic archive of the British School at Rome of the work of Fr. Peter Paul Mackey O.P., … Continue reading

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SANAA: Serpentine Pavilion

It is hard to put in words the effect of this extraordinary intervention by Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa at The Serpentine Gallery in London (until 18 October). A sinuous silhouette characterises the slender reflective roof suspended on tentative mirrored … Continue reading

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Stone of Venice

CiA staffer Sally Stone has successfully obtained Erasmus Intensive Programme funding for a student project studying the relationship between architecture and archaeology in north-east Italy. The experimental workshop, run in partnership with IUAV (Venice) and ETSAB (Barcelona), will focus upon … Continue reading

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Jeremy Deller’s Procession

Jeremy Deller’s Procession, Manchester, 5 July 2009 While the commissioning of an art event might not have the authentic resonance of a traditional urban ritual (such as the Roman Triumph, or Holy Week in Seville), this populist production for the … Continue reading

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“a spatial bowtie”, they say

The successful proposal for the LSE’s student centre has been announced. O’Donnell & Tuomey’s winning presentation boards as pdfs at this link.

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