The architecture and design curator reflects on a poignant portrait of the late architect, taken in the mid-'50s at the Acropolis.
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The contributions of these female architects, designers, and planners to the postwar state are told in an excerpt from the Museum of Modern Art's Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948–1980.
The show, to open this July, will focus on the former country's considerable postwar architectural legacy.
The finalists will compete to design a temporary structure in the MoMA PS1 courtyard for the museum's summer music series.
From Burberry to the burkini, the museum spotlights the cultural significance of clothing for the first time in seven decades.
The exhibition, which uses a design lens to explore fashion's many functional, aesthetic, and social dimensions, will run from October 01, 2017 to January 28, 2018.
The FBI kept tabs on architect Gregory Ain, whose housing designs for Southern California were ahead of their time.
For Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive, the curators have subtly preserved the models in order to reveal Wright’s thought process and the evolution of his ideas.
Urbanist, Marketeer, Horticulturalist: Frank Lloyd Wright Is All These and More at New MoMA Exhibition
Curator Barry Bergdoll breaks down "Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive" and explains why he hopes the show will signal a Wrightian renaissance.
The Museum of Modern Art will exhibit 450 artifacts, as well as objects hand-picked by influential scholars, from the Frank Lloyd Wright archives.
Fearful of Being Seen as Neutral in Turbulent Times, Cultural Institutions Are Striking an Activist Stance
The internal responsibility for an institution to respond is equally met by the very real external pressures generated by what is going on in society.
The Museum of Modern Art's latest exhibit revisits Modernism’s home remedies, but it misses the symptoms they were intended to treat.
Metropolis' editors select the exhibitions we're most excited to check out this fall.
In the 1930s, Alfred H. Barr Jr. and Philip Johnson became known as ambassadors of Modernism in North America, experimenting with Bauhaus concepts in both their work and their homes.
Our holiday guide to the best stocking stuffers, desirable devices, and grand gestures
A MoMA exhibition on the single-family home and its archetypes tells us a lot without saying anything at all.
An expansive exhibition at MoMA reflects on Latin America’s Modernist legacy. Does it do the region justice?
The Future Was Latin America: Barry Bergdoll on the Region's Legacy of Visionary Modern Architecture
MoMA curator Barry Bergdoll on the goals of the museum's latest exhibition, "Latin America in Construction: Architecture 1955–1980," and how the region was a "place of origins for ideas"
An exhibition on Frank Lloyd Wright’s urban agenda exposes the architect’s near-irrational fear of real cities.
The razing of the Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects-designed building is expected to be completed by the summer.