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Sheds: Palaces of Nothing

Sheds: Palaces of Nothing

Sheds: Palaces of Nothing (Photo: Jamie Woodley) 9 – 16 October 2017, Hauser & Wirth Maltings Gallery, Somerset Curated by Robert Mull and Alexander Brodsky, with Markus Lähteenmäki, Nicholas Olsberg and…

Robert Mylne

Robert Mylne

By Robert Adam

Robert Mylne (1733–1811), alternative design for the East Façade of Durham Park, 1780. Pen, ink and wash on paper, 430 × 325 mm. DMC 2597.1. There are two sons of…

Behind the Lines 11

Behind the Lines 11

By Philippa Lewis

Robert Schnebbelie, View of the Picadilly street entrance, with figures, Burlington Arcade, London, 1827. Black ink and coloured washes on paper, 215 × 275 mm. DMC 1643. Robert Schnebbelie peered…

Robert Venturi: The difficult whole

Robert Venturi: The difficult whole

Robert Venturi (1925–2018), Facade Study for Gordon Wu Hall, Butler College, Princeton, 1981. Marker pen ink on trace, 304 × 645 mm. DMC 2041. Lying on the border between an…

The Birds’ Morning Hymn (1929)

The Birds’ Morning Hymn (1929)

By Robert Lorimer

…Sir Robert Lorimer (London: Country Life: 1931), 3–4. Robert Lorimer (1864–1929), panel design with honeysuckle, birds, fruit and flowers; possibly for a pelmet, c.1891. Pencil and coloured crayons on wove…

Robert Bray

Robert Bray

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Portfolio 2: Settlement

Portfolio 2: Settlement

…Isometric Emily Dudman, Historic Aird Map Emily Dudman, Layout Concept Sketch Saurin Patel, Landscape Sketch Yasir Ibrahim, Site Plan Reuben Roberts, Castle Iterations – Massing, Faceting and Volume Reuben Roberts,…

The Iconography of Desolation

The Iconography of Desolation

By Robert Smithson

Robert Smithson (1938–1973), My House is a Decayed House, 1962. Photo-collage, pen, ink, gouache and watercolour on paper, 610 × 455 mm. DMC 2975. ‘We now discover an iconoscope that…

Dance Dance Revolution

Dance Dance Revolution

By Iris Moon

…painter Hubert Robert. Both had worked on Bagatelle. Once known as ‘Robert des ruines’, the painter bided his time behind bars by painting on plates and selling them to English…

Gordon Matta-Clark

Gordon Matta-Clark

By Nicholas Olsberg

…the son of the charismatic Chilean Roberto Matta, an architect who, after a stint with Le Corbusier, turned to painting, and became a central figure in the Surrealist movement. His…

The Garden of Earthly Delights

The Garden of Earthly Delights

By Hamed Khosravi

…of the fair, from April to October. Robert Mallet-Stevens came up with an ingenious, though not universally admired, solution to this difficult problem: together with the sculptors Jan and Joël…