International 2011 Archives
Architectural Environments for Tomorrow
Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo (Japan).
The spread of computerization and urbanization since the beginning of the twenty-
Natural disasters, such as the 3.11 earthquake, or political and social unease always exist in some form or another throughout the world. Against this backdrop, what kind of existence can architecture provide for the people? In this exhibition, we will present the 'discoveries' that are made when universal architectural expression, inspired by the diverse experiences and ideas of people, nature and society, both in Japan and around the world, is fused with local wisdom and technology.
28 architects and artists from 14 countries will introduce their experiments and achievements through models, drawings, images, sculpture, photographs and mixed-
This exhibition will take place as a part of the Tokyo Art Meeting section of the Tokyo Culture Creation Project.
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Exhibition 31 October 2011 -
Walter Niedermayr, Rohbauten 72, 2008. Courtesy: Galerie Nordenhake Berlin/Stockholm; Galleria Suzy Shammah, Milano; Robert Miller Gallery, New York.
Architects+ Artists in alphabetical order
AMID.cero 9/ El Anatsui/ The Ministry of Culture of The Kingdom of Bahrain/ Petra Blaisse/ Doug＋Mike Starn/ Sou Fujimoto/ Antón García-