Comprising of 6 x 26 minute films, Architectures 1 covers milestones such as Germany’s famed Bauhaus and the Georges Pompidou Centre in Paris.
Comprising of 5 x 26 minute films, Architectures 2 features amongst others Frank Lloyd Wright’s landmark Johnson building and Satolas TGV station by Santiago Calatrava.
Comprising of 6 x 26 minute films, Architectures 3 presents the architectural brilliance of Antoni Gaudi, Le Courbusier and Daniel Libeskind.
Comprising of 6 x 26 minute films, Architectures 4 provides fabulous profiles of, amongst others, the work of Frank Gehry, Pierre Chareau and Japanese architect Toyo Ito.
Comprising of 6 x 26 minute films, Architectures 5 examines the work of London-based architect Zaha Hadid, Italian architect Andrea Palladio and Olympic Gymnasium designer, Kenzo Tange amongst others.
Forming volume 11 of the Architectures series, this is the story of how Paris became a vibrant metropolis, told through two films: Paris, The Invention of the Modern City and Paris Ring.
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New exhibition of Gursky’s work at London’s Hayward Gallery