An exhibition at Norway’s National Museum explores the tightly woven relationship between architecture and comics.
Architecture and comics have enjoyed a long, strange relationship, with architects using cartoons to convey their ideas (Bjarke Ingels’ Yes Is More [Taschen, 2009]) and cartoonists critiquing architecture and urbanism (pretty much anything by Ben Katchor). With Architecture in Comic-Strip Form, the National Museum–Architecture in Oslo, Norway, traces the interdisciplinary action over the course of a century, from early moderns Le Corbusier and Winsor McCay to contemporary talents such as Jean Nouvel, Hon. FAIA, and Chris Ware. The exhibition remains on view through Feb. 28.
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