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Frank Lloyd Wright as if for the First Time | Architect Magazine

How MoMA’s “Unpacking the Archive” portrays the legendary architect in a new light. By Thomas de Monchaux At first, the number at the lower left corner of the small drawing seems to be a trace of curatorial cataloging: 01.01.87. But then it reveals itself to be...
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MOMA New York Courtyard, from the Café 5 terrace. October 2006. by Alsandro

Closing the MoMA’s Dedicated Design Galleries: New Opportunities or Foreclosed Possibilities?

by Marty Wood The Museum of Modern Art announced this week that it will be getting rid of its architecture and design galleries, along with generally reorganizing its collections, during MoMA’s expansion on West 53rd Street. This announcement has been met with fear and disgust...
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MOMA New York Courtyard, from the Café 5 terrace. CC: Alsandro

Japanese Architecture Gets a Major Survey at MoMA | BLOUIN ARTINFO

BY Jana Perkovic Japan can lay claim to six Pritzker Prize winners, more than any other country except the US. The influence that two of them, Toyo Ito and SANAA, have had on the next generation of Japanese architects will be explored at MoMA in “A Japanese Constellation: Toyo...
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MoMA Unveils Major Latin American Architecture Survey – Architectural Record

For the first time in 60 years, the museum documents a dynamic period in Latin American architecture. By Anna Fixsen It has been 60 years since the Museum of Modern Art last dedicated an exhibition to the architecture of Latin America. A new survey, opening Sunday, proves another...
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MOMA Partners with Instagram for Largest-Ever Latin American Architecture Exhibition | ArchDaily

MoMA’s largest-ever Latin American architecture exhibition will feature an official partnership with Instagram. The project invites the Instagram community to share their photos of buildings as part of the Latin America in Construction: Architecture 1955–1980 exhibition. Read...
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