Architects envision “a future that could have been”

glass.jpg This painting by Daniel Arsham can be seen in “Painting the Glass Structure: Artists Revisit Modern Architecture.”

In new exhibition, architects envision ‘a future that could have been’ Yale Bulletin February 8, 2008|Volume 36, Number 17

“Diverse structures nestled atop an iceberg and a derelict subterranean atrium strewn with debris are among the surreal images featured in the next Yale School of Architecture exhibit, titled ‘Painting the Glass House: Artists Revisit Modern Architecture.’

“The show features two-dimensional images in various media (including video) that were created by 16 young artists to represent their view of modern architecture. The exhibition is curated by Jessica Hough and Mónica Ramírez-Montagut of The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum of Ridgefield, Connecticut, which is co-hosting the exhibit.”

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