#tropical modernism

     2017 | Oslo
     Los Angeles
     Bo Bardi
     Burle Marx      Niemeyer


* Tropical Modernism, Pinakothek der Moderne, München 2014
Artistic intervention on the occasion of the exhibition: Lina Bo Bardi 100

* Cinematic Framing, Casa de Vidro, São Paulo 2015

* Tropical Modernism: Lina Bo Bardi, Christopher Grimes Gallery, 2016

* Tropical Modernism part 4 , Nasjonalmuseet Oslo, 2017

* A Search for Living Architecture, Palm Springs Art Museum, 2017

* Traces in Space, Kunst und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, 2018

* Lecture at Lina Bo Bardi: Material Ideologies Conference,
Princeton University School of Architecture, 2018

* Fiction and Fabrication, MAAT, Lissabon, 2019

* 14th Curitiba International Biennial of Contemporary Art, Curitiba 2019

* Architectures of Cohabitation, ARCH+ im Schau Fenster, 2022

With her iconic buildings, furniture, exhibitions, and theories on architecture and design, Italian-born Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi created an outstanding body of work. Raised and educated in Italy, she played an important role in the development of modern architecture in Brazil. She evolved an approach to design that was unique to her, which placed the social significance of construction and its cultural roots at the heart of the architectural endeavour.  By striving to create an ‘architettura povera’, Lina Bo Bardi can be seen as a forerunner of today’s emergent socially driven ‘architecture engagée’.

“My research into architecture proceeds from the idea that a society’s past and present can be read through its buildings. Lina Bo Bardi’s architectural structures have the rare capability to tell stories and incarnate the memory of a particular place.”– Veronika Kellndorfer, 2014