Graphic Architecture

September 27, 2011

An exhibition at Pin-up Project Space, curated by Warren Taylor from The Narrows, exploring the relationship between printed matter and the field of architecture.

Pin-up Architecture and Design Project Space is currently hosting an exhibition entitled Graphic Architecture.

Curated by Warren Taylor from The Narrows curatorial program, Graphic Architecture draws on Taylor’s own collection of printed ephemera, along with local and international contributions, all of which explore the relationship between printed matter and the field of architecture.

The exhibition includes work from the Architectural Association School of Architecture, Experimental Jetset, Karel Martens, Fabio Ongarato Design, Archigram, Milton Glaser, Tomato, AMO and many others.

Pin-up is a new independent architecture and design gallery, project and event space established by Something Together, a creative studio founded by Fleur Watson and Martyn Hook.

*Where* Pin-up Project Space, The Compound Interest, 15-25 Keele St, Collingwood
*When* 22 September – 15 October 2011. Wednesday – Friday 11am-5pm; Saturday 12pm-5pm

*Image* Two Towers / Harry Seidler. 56pp publication, offset 365mm x 260mm. Design: Harry Williamson, 1980

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