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AR'S CHOICE OF CURRENT INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS

For an expanded and constantly updated list, go to our website: www.arplus.com/exhibitions

AUSTRIA

EERO SAARINEN: BETWEEN EARTH AND SKY

Until I October Haus der Architektur, Graz

Curated by AR contributor Brian Carter, this exhibition explores Saarinen's remarkable pioneering architecture (TWA Terminal, St Louis Tower) and the processes by which it was conceived. Carter gives a talk on the show at 7pm on Thursday 1 October at the Haus der Architektur.

www.hda-graz.at

FRANCE

CENTRE POMPIDOU-METZ

Until 4 October

Centre Pompidou, Paris

Projects of the six finalists for the proposed new Centre Pompidou in Metz, including the winning team of Shigeru Ban, Jean de Gastines and Philip Gumuchdjian.

www.cnac-gp.fr

THE NETHERLANDS

VAN GOGH AND THE SEA

Until 26 September

Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

The sea was a recurring theme in Van Gogh's oeuvre, illustrated by this powerful selection of marine works made in Dutch, French and English coastal towns.

www.vangoghmuseum.nl

UNITED KINGDOM

THIS WAS TOMORROW: ART AND THE '60s

Until 3 October

Tate Britain, London

Documenting the seismic changes in British art during the 1960s, with usual suspects Hockney, Hamilton, Blake, Riley et al.

www.tate.org.uk

UNITED STATES

LEBBEUS WOODS: EXPERIMENTAL ARCHITECTURE

Until 16 January 2005

Heinz Architectural Center, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh

The largest ever US show on Lebbeus Woods, whose cool, provocative architecture of speculation, nourished by disciplines as diverse as philosophy and cybernetics, continues to have great influence.

www.cmoa.org
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