WILLIAM EGGLESTON: LOS ALAMOS
Until 24 April
Widely regarded as the father of contemporary art photography using the medium of coloured film, Eggleston combined pioneering technique with an acute eye. 'Los Alamos' is a series of works from 1966 to 1974 during trips through the Southern states.
GERHARD RICHTER: IMAGE AFTER IMAGE
Until 29 May
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek Major retrospective of Richter's thought-provoking oeuvre, which examines the modern world and its relationship with images.
THE ELEGANCE OF SILENCE: CONTEMPORARY ART FROM EAST ASIA
Until 19 June
Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
Work by contemporary artists from Japan, Korea, China and Taiwan showing that despite globalization, economic instability, Western influences and advances in technology, many artists in East Asia continue to engage creatively with the traditions of their region.
THE CITY AS LOFT
Until 1 May
Netherlands Architecture Institute, Wiebengahal, Maastricht Ways of restructuring urban areas, with a particular emphasis on former docklands, industrial estates and railroad terrains.
THE ENGINEERING CLUB
Until 16 April
The Building Centre, London
Sports shoes, monocoque bicycles and biomimetic structures are some of the exhibits in this new show of cutting edge engineering.
THE CITY OF ALEPPO
Until 25 May
Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Cambridge
Exhibition on the rehabilitation of the centre of the 5000 year old Syrian city, recently awarded the Veronica Rudge Green Prize for Urban Design.
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|Title Annotation:||Architectural services|
|Publication:||The Architectural Review|
|Date:||Apr 1, 2005|
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