Exhibition: Housing in Portugal 1974–1976 (12 May-4 October 2015, Montréal)

THE CCA PRESENTS THE SAAL PROCESS: HOUSING IN PORTUGAL 1974–1976. An exhibition documenting the pioneering experiment that empowered architects and citizens to create housing with a place in the city. The Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) presents The SAAL Process: Housing in Portugal 1974–76 from 12 May until 4...

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Exhibition: “100 New Objects” — The Bauhaus-Archiv, Berlin (18 March – 25 May, 2015)

The Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung in Berlin Exhibition: “100 new objects: selected purchases and generous gifts” (18 March –25 May, 2015) The collection of the Bauhaus-Archiv is growing. Carefully selected purchases and, above all, generous gifts have made this possible even in times of limited funds. For the first time...

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Online Exhibition: Visualizing the Invisible in Michelangelo’s Drawings at Casa Buonarroti

Visualizing the Invisible in Michelangelo’s Drawings at Casa Buonarroti An online exhibition by the Photo Library of the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz – Max-Planck-Institut Curated by Costanza Caraffa and Mauro Mussolin Online since 17.11.2014 Visualizing the invisible: with this exhibition we attempt to give form to some drawings by...

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THE CCA PRESENTS OUT OF THE BOX: ÁBALOS & HERREROS

From today through 13 September, the CCA showcases a series of three consecutive exhibitions exploring the newly acquired archive of the Spanish architecture studio Ábalos & Herreros. Montreal, 12 March 2015 – Beginning today, the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) presents Out of the Box: Ábalos & Herreros. Conceived...

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CCA – FOUND IN TRANSLATION: PALLADIO – JEFFERSON EXPLORES QUESTIONS OF ARCHITECTURAL INFLUENCE AND ADAPTATION IN THE BUILDINGS OF ANDREA PALLADIO AND THOMAS JEFFERSON

Montréal, 7 October 2014 — From 8 October 2014 through 15 February 2015, the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) presents Found in Translation: Palladio – Jefferson, a photographic installation in the Octagonal Gallery and CCA Bookstore jointly instigated and developed by the architectural historian Guido Beltramini and the architectural...

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