Best of #Biennale

A month after the inauguration of “Fundamentals,” the Architecture Biennale curated by Rem Koolhaas, a selection of the best pavilions and collateral events.

Best of #Biennale
One month after the inauguration of the 14. International Architecture Exhibition, curated by Rem Koolhaas and entitled “Fundamentals” we present a selection of the best outcomes of this edition dedicated “to architecture, not to architects.”

Among Biennale’s collateral events we wisited the exhibition “Art or Sound” at Fondazione Prada, where Germano Celant looks into question of combining art and sound with a series of encyclopaedic pieces placed in a state of contiguity and decontextualisation; “Across Chinese Cities – Beijing”, an exhibition, curated by Michele Brunello and Beatrice Leanza, that recounts an interesting and original case of urban transformation in Beijing; and a photographic exhibition at the Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa and a pavilion at the Fondazione Cini, where Hiroshi Sugimoto focuses on the architecture of modernity “to track the beginnings of our age”


Top: Korean Pavilion “Crow’s Eye View: The Korean Peninsula”. Photo Alessandra Chemollo

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