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Wireframes chronicles architectural visualization from the 1980s to today

Exhibition on view at the A+D Museum in downtown Los Angeles (Hans Koesters/ChaosGroup)

Wireframes: The History of Architecture Visualizationa show now up at the A+D Museum in Los Angeles, takes a critical look at the role of architectural visualization in the contemporary art world. By featuring an assortment of established and emerging artists who work at the intersection between art and architecture, Wireframes organizes the discipline’s work chronologically to establish its place in the artistic canon. The exhibition and accompanying series of events coincide with the announcement of the CG Architect Awards, which honors excellence in architectural visualization. The prize winners’ work will be celebrated, and the awards will honor artists who incorporate translation, storytelling, and the contextualization of memories with the process of image-making. As the A+D Museum puts it, “we present what the future could hold and question what the past has told us.”

Wireframes: The History of Architecture Visualization
A+D Museum
900 East 4th Street
Los Angeles, California 90013
Through November 25

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