Until 25 September
Major retrospective of the photographer who was the eye of Corb, Breuer and Aalto, and whose exquisite black and white images crystallised the Modernist era.
PABLO PICASSO: PORTRAITS D'ARLESIENNES
Until 10 October
Fondation Vincent Van Gogh, Arles
Collection of Picasso's portraits of the enigmatic L'Arlesienne, completed between 1912 and 1958, illuminated by photographs that evoke the Surrealist epoch and provide a revealing insight into the master's creative universe.
MAN RAY: MAGIC
Until 18 September
Kunst Merano Arte, Milan
Man Ray was one of the twentieth century's most brilliant and prolific photographers testing both artistic and technical boundaries with his pioneering solarisation techniques. This show looks at his career through self-portraits, work from Harper's Bazaar and films.
THE STIRLING PRIZE
Until 16 October
Victoria and Albert Museum, London Survey of the nine previous winners of the Stirling Prize, the annual accolade for the best building by a British architect or in Britain. Our money's on the Scottish Parliament for the tenth winner, to be announced with great ceremony on 15 October.
THE HIGH LINE
Until 31 October
MoMA Queens, New York
Exhibition of Field Operations and Diller Scofidio + Renfro's winning entry for the redesign of the High Line, a defunct, elevated railway bed that runs along Manhattan's far West Side. The proposal is inspired by the line's melancholic, unruly beauty, as nature slowly reclaims a once vital piece of urban infrastructure.
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|Title Annotation:||Architectural exhibitions and events|
|Publication:||The Architectural Review|
|Date:||Sep 1, 2005|
|Previous Article:||Monumental banality.|