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IMMA + IAF – Agents of Architecture | Eva Franch

Submitted by on October 22, 2012 – 8:48 pmOne Comment

Wednesday 31 October 7.00 – 8.30pm, Lecture Room, IMMA at NCH, Earlsfort Terrace

The Irish Museum of Modern Art in paternship with the Irish Architecture Foundation present the series Agents of Archtecture. The following information comes from the IMMA website:

Agents of Architecture is an ongoing series of national and international talks aimed at expanding the practice of architecture to include people who work with architecture either by curating it, or designing it, or redefining it, or questioning it.

Talk by architect, researcher, and teacher, Eva Franch on both her practice and Directorship of Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York; A non-profit gallery committed to the advancement of innovative positions in architecture, art and design, and explores vital issues in art and architecture through a multidisciplinary programme of exhibitions and events.

Followed by a discussion chaired by Declan Long, Co-Director of the ‘Art in the Contemporary World’ Masters Programme at the National College of Art & Design in Dublin.

All tickets are free, and can be booked from the IMMA Website.

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  • Katharine says:

    I came across this today in this month’s edition of ARTFORUM in the library:

    Thomas Demand, Hal Foster, Steven Holl, Sylvia Lavin, Hilary Lloyd, Dorit Margreiter, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Philippe Rahm, moderated by Julian Rose.

    The facade design for The Storefront for Art and Architecture was a collaboration between the artist Vito Acconci and the architect Stephen Holl. This project and others are discussed as part of the round table forum on the discourse between art and architecture. It is both informative as part of that ongoing debate and pertinent to the subjects under scrutiny by the contributors to Art in the Contemporary World.

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