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Melbourne’s NGV Triennial Ponders the Distant Past and a Post-Pandemic Future
Artists and designers such as Kengo Kuma, Lee Ufan, and Faye Toogood explore themes of materiality and domesticity in one of the the year's few large-scale art events.
Architecture Reckons with the Future at the First Sharjah Architecture Triennial
The three-month-long show occupies two decommissioned public sites and uses the Emirati city’s intact urban texture to discuss contemporary issues in architecture.
At the Lisbon Architecture Triennale, Wondering “Can Architects Curate?”
Despite some smart research, this edition's glut of information and ignorance of context reflects architecture's crisis of curation, our critic writes.
Cooper Hewitt’s “Beauty” Pleases All Beholders, Pushes Few Boundaries
The fifth edition of the Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial delivers plenty of crowd-pleasers but charts few new frontiers.