"Zoomorphic" at London's Victoria and Albert Museum

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"Zoomorphic" at London's Victoria and Albert Museum

Postby Paul Clerkin » Tue Sep 23, 2003 10:29 am

"Zoomorphic" at London's Victoria and Albert Museum: so what if buildings look like animals?

The increasingly perky Victoria and Albert Museum may not yet have started building its Daniel Libeskind extension, earmarked for all kinds of zeitgeisty exhibitions. And we shall have to wait a while longer for its new architecture gallery, a joint venture with the RIBA that is now, after years of negotiation, finally taking shape. But luckily the museum already has its big "contemporary space" complete with a contemporary-minded team to run it. And here you will find a foretaste of the architecture shows to come.

http://www.hughpearman.com/articles5/zoomorphic.html
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