CCA fall program 2015

THE CANADIAN CENTRE FOR ARCHITECTURE ANNOUNCES ITS FALL 2015 PROGRAM
Montreal, 27 August, 2015 – The Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) announces its forthcoming fall program. Highlights include The Other Architect, an exhibition curated by Chief Curator Giovanna Borasi that explore alternative methods of working outside of the traditional studio design practice. The CCA’s ongoing public programming on Thursdays continues and this season’s events include a conversation with architects Iñaki Ábalos, Juan Herreros and guest curators of the series Out of the Box: Ábalos & Herreros. A lecture by Portuguese architect and Pritzker prize-winner Álvaro Siza will also take place on the occasion of the arrival of his archive at the CCA and of the exhibition – Corner, Block, Neighbourhood, Cities. Álvaro Siza in Berlin and The Hague in the Octagonal gallery – celebrating his work and focussing on two of his European key projects in the 1980s.

EXHIBITIONS
Corner, Block, Neighbourhood, Cities. Álvaro Siza in Berlin and The Hague
Exhibition curated by Eszter Steierhoffer, Curator, Contemporary Architecture, CCA 24 September 2015 – 7 February 2016

The Other Architect
Curator: Giovanna Borasi, Chief Curator, CCA 27 October 2015 – 10 April 2016
PUBLIC PROGRAMS

Álvaro Siza at the CCA
Lecture with an introduction by CCA Director Mirko Zardini Thursday 24 September 2015, at 6 pm

Afternoon of Impunity: Ábalos & Herreros respond to OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen, Juan José Castellón and SO-IL.
12 September 2015 at 2:30 pm, Paul Desmarais Theatre, CCA
Conversation with Iñaki Ábalos and Juan Herreros, and guest curators OFFICE Kersten Geers and David Van Severen (Brussels), Juan José Castellón (Zurich) and SO-IL (New York).
Event moderated by Giovanna Borasi, Chief Curator, CCA
For further information please check the CCA Homepage.

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