Luke Hayes/Zaha Hadid Foundation

What Zaha Hadid’s Paintings Reveal about Her Legacy | Architect Magazine

An exhibition at London’s Serpentine Sackler Gallery highlights how the architect’s early work informed her vision. By Joseph Giovannini Zaha Hadid died last year as a triumphant succession of her buildings finished or neared completion, most of them deeply imprinted...
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National Endowments of the Arts submits budget for its potential 2018 shutdown. (Courtesy Roman Boed/Wikimedia)

National Endowments of the Arts releases budget for its shutdown – Archpaper.com

By Olivia Martin President Donald Trump’s new $4.1 trillion budget, released on Tuesday, May 23, calls for the defunding of several domestic federal agencies, including the National Endowment of the Arts (NEA) and National Endowment of Humanities (NEH), as well as the Corporation...
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AN's architectural highlights from this year's Tribeca Film Festival, including V.R. experiences. Seen here: A project still from THE ISLAND OF THE COLORBLIND. (Courtesy Tribeca Film Festival)

AN’s architectural highlights from the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival – Archpaper.com

By Susan Morris At Tribeca’s “immersive” Virtual Arcade, the virtual reality (VR) film The People’s House offered a tour of the public and private rooms of the White House with tour guides Barack and Michelle Obama. Highlighting artifacts and artworks as the embodiment of the...
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Chicago Architecture Foundation/Kickstarter

Artists to tell the story of Chicago architecture in graphic novel – Curbed Chicago

A crowdfunding effort for the graphic novel has already raised nearly $10,000 by AJ LaTrace To help engage students and help generate interest in architecture in younger audiences, the Chicago Architecture Foundation has teamed up with a group of artists to produce a graphic...
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original photo Robert C. Lautman Photography Collection

The Enduring History of Louis Kahn | Architect Magazine

A biography (by Wendy Lesser), an exhibition (coming to the Kimbell), and a rising generation of architects are conspiring to reassess Kahn’s legacy. By Christopher Hawthorne The Louis Kahn who emerges in the pages of Wendy Lesser’s superb new biography, You Say to Brick...
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Building Materials Turned into Art | Architect Magazine

Theaster Gates’ new show at the National Gallery of Art repurposes roof tiles, wood flooring, and tar into works of art. By Sara Johnson Writing in 2015 about the Chicago Architecture Biennial, Cathy Lang Ho described Theaster Gates as “a new kind of hybrid...
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US Pavilion Venice Architecture Biennale 2016 “The Architectural Imagination” Photo by Stefano Rubini

Detroit Welcomes the Venice Architecture Biennale | The Huffington Post

J. Michael Welton Editor and Publisher, ArchitectsAndArtisans.com For the City of Detroit, the timing could not be better. After a much-publicized run at the Venice Architecture Biennale from May to November, “The Architectural Imagination” opens tomorrow at the Museum of...
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The best architectural films from this year's Sundance/Slamdance. Seen here: Dave Made a Maze. (Courtesy of the filmmakers)

The best architectural films from this Sundance 2017 – Archpaper.com

By Susan Morris The annual ritual of the Sundance and Slamdance Film Festivals that take place simultaneously in Park City, Utah in January have just concluded. Here’s a rundown of films where architecture and design are featured characters. Watch out for these titles as are they...
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Who Builds Your Architecture? organizes exhibit at Art Institute of Chicago. (Courtesy Art Institute of Chicago)

Who Builds Your Architecture? organizes exhibit at Art Institute of Chicago – Archpaper.com

by the Editors The Art Institute of Chicago’s latest architecture exhibition examines the world of migrant workers and the global construction industry. Organized by the New York–based group Who Builds Your Architecture? (WBYA?), the eponymous show advocates for fair labor...
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© Pier Associates Pier Associates. Composite photograph of Phyllis Lambert and David Fix in their studio, 403–409 East Illinois Street, Chicago, c. 1970, Reproduction. Phyllis Lambert fonds, CCA. © Pier Associates

Citizen Lambert In Her Own Words via her eponymous show, “75 Years At Work” | Architect Magazine

Her eponymous show, “75 Years At Work” will showcase the Canadian Centre for Architecture founder’s architectural and philanthropic work. By Victoria Carodine For Phyllis Lambert’s, FAIA, 90th birthday on Jan. 24, the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA)...
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