Ulrich Müller, “Exhibiting Contemporary Architecture”

Despite the complexity of exhibitions and the easy availability of the same information online, a growing number of architects are exhibiting their works in private galleries. Any curator must confront the question of why to exhibit contemporary architecture, and how this seemingly old-fashioned format might measure up in the context of the new media. Using examples from Architecture Gallery Berlin as illustrations of current trends, Ulrich Müller, founder and director of Architecture Gallery Berlin, will examine the exhibition as a means for architects to reflect publicly on their own work.

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