‘New World Architecture’ Exhibition RIAI

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    • #709103
      Anonymous
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      I thought this exhibition in the RIAI at present might be of interest to some archiseek users. Looks like it has an interesting array of projects:

      http://www.riai.ie/gallery_expo.html?id=7191

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      While the exhibits aren’t too comprehensive on each project – some show only a single photo, there are a couple of good presentations there. It is the kind of exhibition, you could spend 15 minutes looking at now and go back again later for a second 15 minutes.

      This is because the projects from all over the world on display, all have very striking concepts behind them. Which a single photographic view doesn’t do justice at all. You would probably need a whole lecture for an hour on each individual project. I guess this is where the AAI started up, with its lectures and slides. What an exhibition can never cater for, the lecture picks up the slack.

      What I find really interesting about this world architecture exhibition by the Institute, is the mere fact they printed a post card in large quantities. I stumbled across this post card in a stack on the window on an art gallery in Temple Bar. Otherwise, I would never have known about this exhibition. I know the world has too many fliers and brochures etc, for everything these days. Everything is over marketed. But I think in this case, the marketing works. Because the exhibition space in the RIAI is so ‘off the beaten track’, that a flier you might per chance, pick up in Temple Bar is a very good way to broadcast.

      Brian O’ Hanlon.

    • #786731
      Anonymous
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      That is a good point about the difficulty of promoting such events and is why I decided I would post about it being on. I am looking forward to going to have a look in the coming days.

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