Tina di Carlo
James Gowan and Alvaro Siza: Housing and the City
Date: Tuesday 21 March 2017
Venue: AA Gallery
with Curators Ellis Woodman and Manuel Montenegro in conversation with Tina di Carlo.
Ellis Woodman is Director of the Architecture Foundation and the author of Modernity and Reinvention: Architecture of James Gowan.
Manuel Montenegro is an architect and a Ph.D candidate at the ETH, Zurich, researching the School of Porto and the housing designs of Álvaro Siza, c. 1974.
Tina di Carlo is Director and Curator of Exhibitions at the Princeton School of Architecture and currently teaching a three-day workshop in History and Critical Thinking on the Drawing Matter collection.
The talk is part of the MA History and Critical Thinking workshop 'Drawing Matter’.
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