Thursday> The Architecture Lobby brings its manifesto to New York City

Architecture, Art, East
Thursday, July 17, 2014
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The Architecture Lobby is a new organization that advocates for the value of architecture in the general public but also to raise awareness inside the profession of working conditions for the majority of its practitioners. It also focuses on working conditions for young designers as they leave school and enter the profession—most with little awareness of the actual conditions of their labor and pay. The lobby has just staged two actions where it publicly read its manifesto of architectural labor-first at the Venice Architecture Biennale and recently at the AIA’s national convention in Chicago. In Chicago, the lobby was thrown off the convention floor by testy AIA officials who don’t want to think about the meaning of the Lobby’s protest.

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On View> Chicago’s Graham Foundation Presents “Everything Loose Will Land”

Midwest, On View
Thursday, May 22, 2014
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L.A. Fine Arts Squad (Victor Henderson, Terry Schoonhoven), "Isle of California," 1971. (Joshua White)

L.A. Fine Arts Squad (Victor Henderson, Terry Schoonhoven), “Isle of California,” 1971. (Joshua White)

Everything Loose Will Land
Graham Foundation
4 West Burton Place, Chicago
Through July 26

Everything Loose Will Land explores the intersection of art and architecture in Los Angeles during the 1970s. The show’s title refers to a Frank Lloyd Wright quote that if you “tip the world over on its side and everything loose will land in Los Angeles.” This freeness alludes to the fact that this dislodging did not lead to chaos but rather a multidisciplinary artistic community that redefined LA.

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