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  3. Exhibition: "Peter Cook. Retrospective" at Tchoban Foundation

Exhibition: "Peter Cook. Retrospective" at Tchoban Foundation

  • 17:14 - 27 October, 2016
Exhibition: "Peter Cook. Retrospective" at Tchoban Foundation
Exhibition: "Peter Cook. Retrospective" at Tchoban Foundation, Peter Cook. REAL CITY: Perspective of Everscreened Type, 1986, tracing paper, ink, 64 x 62 cm © Peter Cook
Peter Cook. REAL CITY: Perspective of Everscreened Type, 1986, tracing paper, ink, 64 x 62 cm © Peter Cook

The exhibition 'Peter Cook. Retrospective' is devoted to drawings by the famous British architect who is celebrating his 80th birthday this year. Peter Cook is without doubt one of the leading figures of the Archigram group and in 2007 was knighted for his contribution to architecture.

The exhibition shows a range of his drawings: from Archigram to CRAB, from 1968 to 2016, from Plug-In City to Hidden City. Some of his drawings are based on actual projects, such the urban planning development for Frankfurt-Oberrad in 1986, Real City: Frankfurt (which remained unrealised); many are rather experiments and utopias, such as Arcadia, Vegetated Lump and Hidden City, where the architecture was inspired by the surrounding vegetation, its beginning and end blurred, merging organically into nature.

Way Out West: Berlin East Elevation at Stage E 1988 Tracing paper, ink, 102 x 52 cm © Peter Cook
Way Out West: Berlin East Elevation at Stage E 1988 Tracing paper, ink, 102 x 52 cm © Peter Cook
Vegetated Lump 1972/1973 Colour pencils, watercolour, pastels on paper, 45,0 x 46,7 cm © Peter Cook
Vegetated Lump 1972/1973 Colour pencils, watercolour, pastels on paper, 45,0 x 46,7 cm © Peter Cook
 diclosures: the secret garden revisited? 1975 Paper, felt pen, coloured pencils, watercolour, collage, 44,8 x 63,0 mm © Peter Cook
diclosures: the secret garden revisited? 1975 Paper, felt pen, coloured pencils, watercolour, collage, 44,8 x 63,0 mm © Peter Cook

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Cite: "Exhibition: "Peter Cook. Retrospective" at Tchoban Foundation" 27 Oct 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/798293/exhibition-peter-cook-retrospective-at-tchoban-foundation/> ISSN 0719-8884

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