Visiting the Archive

... Shatwell project, please see The Shatwell Project.For texts by other visitors to the archive you might enjoy Archives or Ardor by Iris Moon, Parataxis by Matthew Wells, or Conjunction and Incongruity by Polly Gould. PLEASE NOTEFrom 1st January 2018, Drawing Matter Trust will charge a fee of £10 per student ...

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Bosshard, Tavor, van der Ploeg and Vihervaara: On Bohdan Lachert's Post Office at Stanislawów, 1937

... Search Drawing MatterDRAWINGSAlternative Histories: Participants and Models 2 Feb 2019 Bosshard, Tavor, van der Ploeg and Vihervaara: On Bohdan Lachert's Post Office at Stanislawów, 1937 Matthew van der Ploeg (*1983), Li Tavor (*1983), Ani Vihervaara (*1984) and Alessandro Bosshard (*1987), On Bohdan Lachert's Post Office at Stanislawów, 1937, 2018. Marble. ...

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Twin Towers and Magenta

... shown below, each of the images was masked with plexiglass, and – as you see them here – overlaid with coloured inks by the artist Matthew Day Jackson. Meanwhile, the evil Sorceress, whom we had recast as an architect, was singing: 'From the Ruins of others our pleasure we borrow, ...

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Anthony Salvin

... more than a facsimile of instruction: all quickness and lucidity, the act of drawing stands out as a form of thinking about buildings.– M. J. Wells WE SUGGEST On other nineteenth-century churches, and drawings with commentary, those by William Butterfied, A.W.N. Pugin and R. Norman Shaw; and on the use ...

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Drawings in Conversation

... same. And like language itself, there is ambiguity in Cockerell’s vision, which attempts to loosen the viewer from the precise literalness of drawing.– M. J. Wells WE SUGGEST On another work by Cockerell, which marks the cultural transference of the Greek Revival, the Parthenon Pavement study; on another London fire, ...

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Parataxis

... a key part of artistic and cultural practice: their materiality, peculiarity of conventions, and the residue of ideas that remain on their surface.– M. J. Wells WE SUGGEST On other ruminations on the experience of Drawing Matter and Shatwell, Iris Moon and Polly Gould; on the Shatwell Project; and on ...

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Behind the Lines 4

... that Decimus Burton, the architect of the Regent’s Park villas – whom John, by the way, has met – is planning something similar in Tunbridge Wells, to be called Calverley Park. It will be the most fashionable place; so I am sure Streatham Manor Park will be too.’Samuel questioned whether ...

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Aux Citoyens Membres de La Commune attachés à la commissions des services publics

... stand by the Communards. Horeau’s imprisonment lasted for five months and profoundly affected his mental and physical health. He died on 21 August 1872. [3]– Matthew Page WE SUGGEST On other works of Architecture and the City in late-eighteenth and early nineteenth-century France, A Civic Utopia, 1765–1837; on another conception ...

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Summer School 2017

... garden, designed by Piet Oudolf, includes a perennial meadow, which sits between the gallery and the 2014 Serpentine Pavilion, designed by Chilean architect Smiljan Radić. Wells Cathedral SchoolFounded in 909AD, Wells Cathedral School is one of the oldest schools in Europe. Its earliest record was as a school for choristers ...

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Le Corbusier: Chandigarh

... was lost to the newly created Pakistan after partition in 1947. Corbusier’s commission came in 1950, after an initial 1947 commission by Albert Mayer and Matthew Nowicki failed to go forward. Nehru envisioned a design that was to be ‘unfettered by the traditions of the past, a symbol of the ...

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