Melbourne: ABP Alumni Retrospective Series Exhibition: Daryl Jackson 2010

April 28, 2010

A retrospective exhibition of the work of Daryl Jackson, as part of the alumni retrospective series at the University of Melbourne.

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The ABP Alumni Retrospective Series presents an exhibition of works by Daryl Jackson.

The first exhibition in the ABP Alumni Retrospective Series for 2010 profiles the practice and vision of one our most prominent graduate architects – Daryl Jackson. Established in 1965, Jackson Architecture is an international practice with offices in Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, London, Vietnam and China. The practice encompasses a range of experience and expertise including schools and universities; libraries; sports arenas and recreational spaces; commercial offices; hospitals; hotels; and airports. Major projects include: Etihad Stadium, the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, the Attorney General’s Office in Canberra, the MCG’s Southern Stand, the University of Ballarat, the Australian Film, Television & Radio School and the Commonwealth Games Village in Delhi.

As Professor Philip Goad says: ‘The exhibition shows the diversity of Jackson’s practice and the extent of his collaborative reach, and the international and national presence of his work. Above all, it shows his ongoing commitment to an idea of the city as a place that is vital, in flux but cognizant of its past, resilient and robust, and as a place where buildings, their spaces and the spaces between are microcosms of the world of propinquity and all the social structures that coalesce as the city of today.’

The exhibition presents a rare opportunity to view the impressive projects of this important Australian architect and features a film of Professor Philip Goad in conversation with Daryl Jackson. For further exhibition details visit the ["website":http://www.msd.unimelb.edu.au/events/other/daryl-jackson.html].

*When* 19-30 April 2010
*Where* Wunderlich Gallery, Ground Floor, Architecture Building, University of Melbourne, Parkville.

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