Structures that Fit My Nature
Thu, 31.03.2005–Sun, 26.06.2005
MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles, USA
This exhibition features two pivotal projects, the ever-evolving Stonehouse in Steindorf, Austria (in progress since 1986),
and the reformulated Documentation Centre on the Nazi Party Rally Ground in Nuremberg (2001).
Charlotte Pöchhacker Curator Kimberli Meyer
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