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Maxi Spina: Thick

The SCI-Arc in Los Angeles presented the “Thick” exhibition by Maxi Spina, an investigation on an increasingly elusive condition in architectural design.




Close Up

The SCI-Arc showcases how digital and technological advancements have transformed radically architectural ideas, impacting with the traditions of tectonic expression.



Figure Ground Game

The show curated by Jeffrey Kipnis at the SCI-Arc gallery explores the evolution of the relationship that architecture has with the ground, as well as the power struggles and political implications.


Architecture / Katya Tylevich


101 Spring Street

Donald Judd’s historic home and studio in New York, now open to the public, was a crucial context for the artist’s practice, as here he began to produce objects that engaged the space around them, and here he maintained the residence from 1968 until his death.


Art / Hannah Gregory


Everything Loose Will Land

Curated by Sylvia Lavin, the show borrows its title and subtle irony from a wisecrack attributed to Frank Lloyd Wright.


Architecture / Katya Tylevich

A Confederacy of Heretics

Looking back on a 40-year history, SCI-Arc choses a heretical mantle, and zeroes in on autumn 1979, when eleven architects exhibited in a makeshift gallery that popped up in Thom Mayne’s house.


Architecture / Mimi Zeiger