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"A Quien Corresponda", an Exhibition that Seeks to Recognize Mexican design in the USA

08:00 - 28 April, 2019
"A Quien Corresponda", an Exhibition that Seeks to Recognize Mexican design in the USA, © Inés y Edgar
© Inés y Edgar

© Inés y Edgar © Inés y Edgar © Inés y Edgar © Inés y Edgar + 13

'A quien corresponda' is an exhibition at the Kirkland Gallery at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard, which emerges as a call within another. Being aware of the scarcity of opportunities for exhibition and appreciation of design in Mexico, an open invitation extended to practices dedicated to architecture, design and / or art interested in showing their work in an area of 0.0588m2 (the area of one leaf letter) within the space of the gallery, taking advantage of the opportunity to appropriate the gallery in a period of two weeks.

Explore Architecture Offices in Mexico Through the Lens of Marc Goodwin

05:00 - 30 January, 2019
Explore Architecture Offices in Mexico Through the Lens of Marc Goodwin, Productora. Image © Marc Goodwin
Productora. Image © Marc Goodwin

Frida Escobedo. Image © Marc Goodwin CC Arquitectos. Image © Marc Goodwin Rozana Montiel. Image © Marc Goodwin Productora. Image © Marc Goodwin + 30

After having previously photographed the architecture offices in the Netherlands, Dubai, London, Paris, Beijing, Shanghai, Seoul, the Nordic countries, Barcelona and Los Angeles, the architectural photographer Marc Goodwin continues the series with an exploration of some of the most recognized architecture offices in Mexico. With a set of emerging and world-renowned offices alike, the series offers insight into the lives of designers in Mexico City.

12 Exhibition Design Projects that Show Architecture Doesn't Have to Be Permanent to Be Powerful

14:00 - 10 February, 2018
12 Exhibition Design Projects that Show Architecture Doesn't Have to Be Permanent to Be Powerful, Minding the Digital / MVRDV. Image © Zhang Chao
Minding the Digital / MVRDV. Image © Zhang Chao

Thinking broadly of architecture, the masterpieces of the past inevitably come to mind; buildings constructed to withstand the passage of time, that have found an ally in age, cementing themselves in the history of humanity. Permanence, however, is a hefty weight to bear and architecture that is, due to its program, ephemeral should not be cast aside as "lesser-than."