EXHIBIT A : EXHIBITIONS THAT TRANSFORMED ARCHITECTURE, 1948-2000

EXHIBIT A : EXHIBITIONS THAT TRANSFORMED ARCHITECTURE, 1948-2000

How do you exhibit a building, a locality, a city? Exhibit A reveals how architecture has pushed the boundaries of exhibition as a medium and how, in turn, exhibitions have shaped the discipline of architecture. Focusing on 80 landmark architecture exhibitions mounted in countries around the world between 1948 and 2000, and featuring 300 images, this groundbreaking overview is both a vital reference and a visually compelling study of the way we look at built work.
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LIVING ON WATER: CONTEMPORARY HOUSES FRAMED BY WATER

LIVING ON WATER: CONTEMPORARY HOUSES FRAMED BY WATER

Living on Water showcases the finest examples of residential architecture that have one thing in common – their special relationship to that most essential of elements: water. These homes have been designed with water as a fundamental key to their very essence – whether built with a water view, built on water itself, or built to be reflected in water – and the results are stunning. This is a global tour that provides endless inspiration.
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GREEN ESCAPES : THE GUIDE TO SECRET URBAN GARDENS

GREEN ESCAPES : THE GUIDE TO SECRET URBAN GARDENS

Cities everywhere are graced with charming but little-known, off-the-beaten-track gardens and green spaces, offering urbanites in the know a chance to immerse themselves in nature. These often small, well-kept secrets are not as grand as those on the tourist trail but are equally delightful and rewarding to visit, if you know where to find them. Green Escapes is the revelatory insider’s guide to these secret gems. Each of them open to the public, the gardens range from pocket parks, courtyards, and rooftop terraces, to community gardens and more.
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THE MUSEUM OF LOST ART

THE MUSEUM OF LOST ART

From the bestselling author of The Art of Forgery comes this dynamic narrative that tells the fascinating stories of artworks stolen, looted, or destroyed in war, accidentally demolished or discarded, lost at sea or in natural disasters, or attacked by iconoclasts or vandals; works that were intentionally temporal, knowingly destroyed by the artists themselves or their patrons, covered over with paint or plaster, or recycled for their materials. An exciting read that spans the centuries and the continents.
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SHARON HAYES

SHARON HAYES

American artist Sharon Hayes uses photography, film, video, sound, performance, and text to interrogate the intersections between the personal and collective sphere. Her deeply affective and queer approach to history and politics draws particular attention to the language of twentieth-century activism as well as drama, anthropology, and journalism.
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SAGMEISTER & WALSH: BEAUTY

SAGMEISTER & WALSH: BEAUTY

In this groundbreaking highly visual book, world-renowned designers Stefan Sagmeister and Jessica Walsh set out on a mission: to find out what beauty is and the many ways that it impacts our lives. They turn to philosophy, history, and science to understand why we are drawn to beauty and how it influences the way we feel and behave. Determined to translate their findings into action, Sagmeister & Walsh show us how beauty can improve the world.
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