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The Garden of Earthly Delights

The Garden of Earthly Delights

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…

Drawings in Conversation

Drawings in Conversation

Matthew Wells

Charles Robert Cockerell (1788–1863), view of courtyard, Competition entry for the Royal Exchange, 1838. Lithograph, 293 × 420 mm. Courtesy London Metropolitan Archives. C. R. Cockerell, Joseph Gwilt and the…

Gordon Matta-Clark

Gordon Matta-Clark

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…

Displaced persons

Displaced persons

Niall Hobhouse and Nicholas Olsberg

…darkly medieval, slightly melancholy temper that infects a drawing by Robert Smirke for the battlements of the Tower of London, done about 1819 and apparently allied to his work on…

Drawing on History: Mirages, Interventions and Contestations

Drawing on History: Mirages, Interventions and Contestations

Deanna Petherbridge

…nineteenth century and stylised eighteenth-century prints. In 1751, the antiquarians Robert Wood and James Dawkins set out on an expedition to the ancient city of Palmyra (funded by Dawkins’ Jamaican sugar-plantation…

The Anatomy of the Architectural Book: Magical Moves

The Anatomy of the Architectural Book: Magical Moves

André Tavares

Müller Publishers © 2015. Notes Paolo Portoghesi, ‘Domenico Fontana architetto e urbanista’, in Domenico Fontana: Della trasportatione dell’obelisco vaticano 1590, ed. Adriano Carugo (Milan: Polifilo, 1978), xi–xviii. Brian A. Curran, Anthony…

Learning from the tortoise

Learning from the tortoise

William Firebrace

…1978. Ink on paper. Then, in the 1960s, Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown based an entire theory of architecture on a large white duck building, constructed on Long Island…

John Hejduk’s Axonometric Degree Zero

John Hejduk’s Axonometric Degree Zero

Stan Allen

…held at the Architectural League of New York, alongside paintings by Robert Slutzky. Hejduk and Slutzky shared a fascination with the paintings of Mondrian, and the Diamond Series transposed the…

Sans Humour?

Sans Humour?

Niall Hobhouse

…Petitot (1727–1801), Mascarade a la Grecque, 1771. Etching, 415 × 290 mm. DMC 2127. Giuseppe Roberto Martinenghi (1894–1970), Aedificare, Magister Caementariorum G. Botta, c.1930. Print, 248 × 170 mm. DMC…

Drawing from a Deep Well

Drawing from a Deep Well

Patrick Lynch

…Perception, since it was clear from my research that modern sculptors including Donald Judd, Robert Irwin, Richard Serra and Robert Smithson, revered this book. Patrick Lynch, Section sketch of mirror…

Montage-Entourage; Or The Politics Of The Seam

Montage-Entourage; Or The Politics Of The Seam

Michael Young

The following text is a version of chapter three from Reality Modeled After Images: Architecture and Aesthetics after the Digital Image by Michael Young, published by Routledge © 2021. Available…

Eisenman: House VI (1985)

Eisenman: House VI (1985)

Kathleen Enz Finken

…on Five,’ 205-207, and Robert Stern and Jaquelin Robertson in ‘Five on Fove,’ 47, 50. Stern proclaimed himself a non-believer: ‘I do not believe that structure, no matter how ‘deep’,…