Australia’s most internationally recognised architect will be showcased at the exhibition ’Glenn Murcutt – Architecture for Place’ from 17 March to 26 April at the new Gallery of Australian Design, Parkes Place, Canberra. The exhibition is co-located with an exhibition on Mexican architect Luis Barragán and profiles a selection of Murcutts’ built work, drawings and […]
April 4th, 2011
Australia’s most internationally recognised architect will be showcased at the exhibition ’Glenn Murcutt – Architecture for Place’ from 17 March to 26 April at the new Gallery of Australian Design, Parkes Place, Canberra.
The exhibition is co-located with an exhibition on Mexican architect Luis Barragán and profiles a selection of Murcutts’ built work, drawings and working methods.
Additionally, the exhibition includes a number of photographs by Anthony Browell portraying the harmony between building and nature in Murcutt’s design.
The Murcutt exhibition will then be showing at the Melbourne Museum from 15 July until 4 October, in Brisbane at the QUT Art Museum, in the Botanic Gardens, from 11 October until 28 November, and then at the Glass House Gallery, Port Macquarie, from 3 December until 30 January 2011.
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