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  • MoMA, Architecture, and Politics: 9+1 Ways of Being Political

    Pedro Gadanho's first MoMA show highlights architecture's political side. But, writes Mark Lamster, his attempt to promote curation as the next criticism is hampered by a less than accessible presentation.

  • New York City and the Growth of the Circus

    Strangely enough, the rise of New York City as a cultural capital paralleled the growth of the popularity of the American circus. More than 200 objects and images documenting the big top in the Big Apple are on display at the Bard Graduate Center through Feb. 3.

  • Checking In After Sandy

    How residential architects affected by Hurricane Sandy are faring this week.

  • Lebbeus Woods: The Alchemist

    Aaron Betsky remembers Lebbeus Woods, who in the mid-1980s, became a revolutionary with the stroke of pencil, blowing up our preconception of what buildings or landscapes could be merely by drawing evocative alternatives.

  • The Postman Always Rings Twice

    Postal facilities may offer the greatest opportunities for adaptive use.

  • Modern beach house by West Chin Architect

    West Chin creates a warm, modernist beach house on Long Island, N.Y.

  • Architects Leave Cuba for First Time, New York Exhibit

    The result of a six-week residency in Vermont for two up-and-coming Cuban architects—there on their first trip out of Cuba—is now on exhibit in New York. It's co-curated by architect Ricardo Porro of Cuban National Art Schools fame.

  • New Book: The Great American House

    Traditional architect Gil Schafer III has written a book on residential design.

  • Frank Lloyd Wright Honored with Exhibit at the Guggenheim

    In 1953, six years before the Solomon R. Guggenheim museum was opened, some of Wright’s finest work was put on display at a temporary pavilion in New York City. Part of that retrospective, including a Usonian model home, is now on display at the Guggenheim.

  • Across the Institute

    College Park, Pittsburgh, New Brunswick, New York, Portland, Fredensborg