CCA – Rooms You May Have Missed: Bijoy Jain, Umberto Riva

Opens 4 November 2014, Main galleries
Curated by CCA Director Mirko Zardini, Rooms You May Have Missed presents the work of Bijoy Jain and Umberto Riva, architects deeply engaged with architectural processes, materials and craft. The exhibition transforms the CCA main galleries into rooms that both present and embody each architect’s approach and work, and that reveal the richness of the often neglected backdrops where everyday life takes place.
More information: http://www.cca.qc.ca/en/exhibitions/2462-rooms-you-may-have-missed

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