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Netjets Volume 4 2018


CULTURAL CACHET The Allure of Architecture BAUHAUS IMAGINISTA Global; all year In preparation for Bauhaus’s centenary in 2019, exhibitions are circling the globe – including in Hangzhou, Kyoto, Moscow and São Paulo – before the blockbuster exhibition at Berlin’s Haus der Kulturen der Welt a year from now. Berlin Tegel Airport: 5miles/9km BODYS ISEK KINGELEZ MoMA, New York City; 26 May – 21 October The so-called “extreme maquettes” of the late Congolese sculptor – fantastical urban worlds that make use of architectural tropes – are put on display in this retrospective, which covers all three decades of the artist‘s career and was organised with German artist Carsten Höller. Teterboro Airport: 13miles/21km CLOSE TO THE EDGE: THE BIRTH OF HIP-HOP ARCHITECTURE Centre for Architecture, New York; 1 October – 19 January One of America’s most recent of contributions to our cultural lexicon, hip-hop music has in recent years been expanding its syncopated rhythms to the realm of design, as this firstof-its-kind exhibition proves. Teterboro Airport: 14miles/23km COUNTER INVESTIGATIONS: FORENSIC ARCHITECTURE ICA, London; until 6 May The remarkable, unexpected ability of the tools that architects use – from modelling software to satellite imaging – to investigate political actions and human-rights violations is brought to light in a ground-breaking exhibition. London City Airport: 9miles/14km JAPAN IN ARCHITECTURE: GENEALOGIES OF ITS TRANSFORMATION Mori Art Museum, Tokyo; 25 April – 17 September This wide-angle look at Japan’s monumental contributions to architecture, both ancient and modern, traces a lineage from the centuries-old wooden temples that still stand to Tadao Ando, Kengo Kuma and many other contemporary titans. Tokyo Haneda Airport: 11miles/18km JUNYA ISHIGAMI: FREEING ARCHITECTURE Fondation Cartier, Paris; until 10 June The dreamy, cloudlike spaces created by one of Japan‘s foremost architects are in focus at the Jean Nouvel-designed museum in Paris, where Ishigami has constructed 20 site-specific installations. Paris Orly Airport: 9miles/14km CHARLES RENNIE MACKINTOSH: MAKING THE GLASGOW STYLE Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow; 30 March – 14 August The greatest creation of Britain’s Art Nouveau megastar burned down in 2014 – it is currently being reconstructed – and for the 150th anniversary of his birth, his home city has banded together for a wide-ranging survey of his works and legacy. Glasgow Airport: 8miles/13km MONET & ARCHITECTURE National Gallery, London; until 29 July Water lilies and hay bales define one aspect of the Impressionist’s work, but so too do the skyline of London, the silhouettes of Venice, the cathedral of Rouen and the built splendour of Paris, as this exhibition proves. London City Airport: 9miles/14km © ARIEH SHARON DIGITAL ARCHIVE; SURFACE ARMATURES BY OLALEKAN JEYIFOUS; © HOSHINO RESORT TOMAMU; ALAMY; © NATIONAL GALLERIES OF SCOTLAND; © JUNYA ISHIGAMI+ASSOCIATES; © FORENSIC ARCHITECTURE, 2015; MAURICE AESCHIMANN, COURTESY CAAC – THE PIGOZZI COLLECTION 20 NetJets

FROM A RENZO PIANO RETROSPECTIVE IN LONDON TO A NUANCED LOOK AT NIGHTCLUB DESIGN IN GERMANY, THE BEAUTY OF THE BUILT WORLD IS ON FULL DISPLAY THIS YEAR. BY JEFF NIEMAN VOLKER HINZ; EDWARD WESTCOTT; IAN LAMBOT/FOSTER + PARTNERS; VALENTIN JECK, COMMISSIONED BY THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, NEW YORK, 2017; ANDREA AVEZZU; © ELEMENTAL/ALEJANDRO ARAVENA; © FRIDA ESCOBEDO, TALLER DE ARQUITECTURA, RENDERING BY ATMÓSFERA; ED LEDERMAN NIGHT FEVER: DESIGNING CLUB CULTURE 1960 – TODAY Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein, Germany; until 9 September The avant-garde has always partied hard, and this exhibition demonstrates just how influential the design of these party palaces has been on daylight architecture, from New York’s Studio 54 to Rem Koolhaas’s iconic layouts in London. Basel-Mulhouse Airport: 5miles/8km RENZO PIANO Royal Academy of Arts, London; 15 September – 20 January From the Centre Pompidou in Paris to the Whitney Museum in New York and the angular Shard that crown’s the British capital, Piano’s vision is everywhere – including at a massive retrospective in the newly renovated RA. London City Airport: 9miles/14km SECRET CITIES: THE ARCHITECTURE AND PLANNING OF THE MANHATTAN PROJECT National Building Museum, Washington DC; 5 May – 3 March As America comes to grips with its impact on the 20th century, its institutions are putting the spotlight on individual details: here, the role of architects in creating the structures where nuclear weapons were developed. Dulles Airport: 31miles/50km SERPENTINE PAVILION Hyde Park, London; 15 June – 7 October The British capital’s annual architectural highlight – the temporary pavilion set in Hyde Park – will be dreamt up this year by young Mexican creative Frida Escobedo, whose design will take the form of an enclosed courtyard. London City Airport: 11miles/18km SUPERSTRUCTURES: THE NEW ARCHITECTURE 1960-1990 Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norfolk, UK; until 2 September Housed in one of Norman Foster’s first major designs, the landmark examines the era that Foster defined, where new technological developments enabled edifices previous generations could only dream about. Norwich Airport: 6miles/10km THE ARCHITECT’S STUDIO: ELEMENTAL/ALEJANDRO ARAVENA Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark; 11 October – 17 February The Chilean architect and his studio, recent winners of the Pritzker Prize, are in the spotlight for their forward-thinking approach to urban architecture and the social challenges we face. Copenhagen Airport: 30miles/49km TOWARD A CONCRETE UTOPIA: ARCHITECTURE IN YUGOSLAVIA, 1948-1980 MoMA, New York City; 15 July – 13 January Uniquely positioned between the socialist East and capitalist West, Cold War Yugoslavia broke new conceptual ground with Modernist structures hose long-lasting influences can be seen across the globe today. Teterboro Airport: 13miles/21km VENICE ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE 26 May – 25 November Avant-garde architecture’s biannual pilgrimage site is curated this year by Irish architects Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara – who co-founded Grafton 40 years ago – led by the concept Freespace. architecture/2018 Venice Airport: 14miles/23km 21 NetJets

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