BRASSAI: PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE NIGHT
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek
Until 19 March
The latest in Louisiana's series of major photographic shows, this time on French snapper Brassai, friend of Picasso. Sartre and Henry Miller and famous for his characterful views of the Parisian demi-monde.
Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
Until 7 May
Traces the cultural links between two great world capitals (occidental and oriental) from the end of the nineteenth century to the present day. Both cities have endured ruin and rebirth, with profound social and cultural consequences.
NEWER ORLEANS: A SHARED SPACE
Netherlands Architecture Institute, Rotterdam
Until 12 March
Post Hurricane Katrina, the NAI has asked six practices from the Netherlands and the US (including MVRDV, West 8 and Morphosis) to develop visions for symbolic and shared spaces for the New Orleans metropolitan area.
Until 28 February
Lively showcase of winning entries from the annual AR Awards (AR December 2005). An immense formal and geographic diversity of projects provides a fascinating snapshot of architecture's emerging generation.
DAVID ADJAYE--MAKING PUBLIC BUILDINGS
Whitechapel Art Gallery, London
Until 26 March
Uber-hip Adjaye gets his own show which focuses on larger public projects rather than on the domestic delights that have made his name.
ON-SITE: NEW ARCHITECTURE IN SPAIN
Museum of Modern Art, New York
From 12 February to 1 May
Terence Riley's MoMA swansong charts the hearteningly fertile culture of current architectural production in Spain.
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|Publication:||The Architectural Review|
|Date:||Feb 1, 2006|
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