curating architecture

Paul Andersen and Paul Preissner Ph. Chris Strong

Paul Andersen and Paul Preissner to curate the US Pavilion Exhibition at the 17th International Architecture Biennale in Venice

The exhibition American Framing will run from May 23 to November 29 2020.

The Museum is Not Enough from the Canadian Centre for Architecture

The Museum is Not Enough

A new publication by the CCA that explores being an institution in our contemporary landscape.

Giovanna Borasi in conversation with Florencia Rodriguez

Architecture is Not Enough: Giovanna Borasi on Expanding Formats and New Challenges

In episode 6, we learn about Borasi’s thoughts on expanding formats as well as what’s to come for the CCA.

Efrain John Gonzalez Little West 12th Street 1986/2019 Digital print Courtesy of the artist

Learning from Experience: An Exploration of Two Exhibitions at the Leslie-Lohman Museum

Currently on view, “Paco Cao: Attribution” and “On Our Backs” raise new questions and possible methodologies.

Architecture Biennial © Chicago Architecture Biennial / Kendall McCaugherty, 2019

Celebrating Architecture Part II

Building the local ground to discuss architecture’s culture.

Tradition and Location of architecture events 2016-2018

Celebrating Architecture

The biennial as a regional, collective, and inconclusive phenomenon.

Giovanna Borasi and Mirko Zardini

A New Phase for the Canadian Centre for Architecture: Giovanna Borasi appointed Director

Starting in January 2020, Borasi, currently Chief Curator, will take the reins of this influential institution.

Gordon Matta-Clark, “(Étant d’art pour locataire),” Conical Intersect, 1975. Black ink on grid paper. Gordon Matta-Clark Collection, Canadian Centre for Architecture. Gift of Estate of Gordon Matta-Clark © Estate of Gordon Matta-Clark. Photo © CCA Out of the Box

Active and Tangible Tools: Gordon Matta-Clark at The Canadian Centre for Architecture

An exhibition series that explores the collection of architect and conceptual artist Gordon Matta-Clark through the eyes of three curators.