Steven Holl: Making Architecture
Steven Holl: Making Architecture examines the work of one of the world’s foremost architects. Steven Holl has realized numerous commissions from private houses to major urban projects. Despite the demands of a highly successful office, he has managed to maintain the integrity and quality of his work by resisting corporatization. His practice reveals an inextricable link between his art and architecture. Holl draws with watercolors everyday, a solitary and hermetic practice from which each of his projects emerges. He also develops conceptual ideas in sculpture. Steven Holl: Making Architecture will reveal Holl’s intricate and distinctive process of making architecture through approximately one hundred models and related sketches and other studies created for nine recent projects, among them the Arts Building at Franklin and Marshall College, Pennsylvania; The Kennedy Center Expansion, Washington D.C.; the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; and The Malawi Library, Lilongwe, Malawi.
Steven Holl: Making Architecture at the Dorksy Museum
Neil Denari: Displaced Buildings in Aperiodic City
The Steven Myron Holl Foundation is pleased to send the exhibition Neil Denari: Displaced Buildings in Aperiodic City on a tour of the United States, beginning at the Ohio State University’s Banvard Gallery, in Columbus, OH.
11 inkjet prints, decades of original sketches and a Denari-designed 16 foot table were all reimagined for Banvard by the architect, and overseen by curator Sandhya Kohrer. Displaced Buildings will be on display August 23 through October 6 at the Banvard Gallery, with an opening reception August 30.
With the support of AIA Cleveland and Kent State University, the show will then travel to 1Point618 Gallery in Cleveland, where it will be on view from November 1 through January 1. During this time Denari will also visit Kent State as a guest lecturer.
The Steven Myron Holl Foundation has enjoyed great success with its former travelling exhibition, José Oubrerie’s Chapel of the Mosquitoes, which continues to tour galleries in the US, and will be featured at Museum-Hotel in the coming months.
Neil Denari: Displaced Buildings in Aperiodic City at 'T' Space
Upcoming Exhibition: Tatiana Bilbao
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