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Places Journal Jun 21
Keller Easterling Awarded 2019 United States Artists Fellowship via
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dpr-barcelona Jun 20
'City for Sale' > The first documentary about tourism, gentrification, and expulsion of neighbors in launch 21/6 at ht
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Future Architecture Jun 19
Join us for the opening of the Layers of Time by Julio Gotor Valcárel tomorrow in . His project was selected in a competition for the renovation of the museum courtyard and visitors will enjoy the new shades in MAO during the coming summer!
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dpr-barcelona Jun 17
Apropos borders > The Other Mexican Border reviews at , Walk The Line: A Distributed Vertical Border” exhibition at in on the journey of Central American migrants across Mexico’s frontera sur
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WIRED Jun 17
What does the US-Mexico border look like? Here's one view: Nicknamed "the Sand Dragon" by Border Patrol agents, this 7-mile, $40 million section of border wall is designed to remain above the ever-moving sand dunes. 📸 Elliott Ross
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dpr-barcelona Jun 15
Y desde abrazos hasta ! Concierto y presentación con y
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dpr-barcelona Jun 15
"People have the power To redeem the work of fools" Congrats we love you indeed! Like you and , we have also come to to get in trouble, We don't forget who we are, where we came from, and why we are here ;)
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YTAAward Jun 14
Take a look inside the catalogues of and featuring a compilation of images, plans and texts from projects defined by radicalism, rigour and complexity. Make it yours here:
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dpr-barcelona Jun 14
Video resumen de la presentación de ‘Mujeres, Casas y Ciudades’ por en Acerca de cuerpos sexuados, la educación de arquitectura sin referentes femeninos y mucho más. Valen la pena estos 2min y medio!
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Markus Miessen Jun 13
The Archive as a Productive Space of Conflict, eds. Markus Miessen & Yann Chateigne, Sternberg Press, Berlin/ New York ... what are the processes that enable archives to become productive?
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dpr-barcelona Jun 13
Madrid!! Nuestros amigos, camaradas y autores estarán presentando nuestro libro 'Desde la resta' acompañado de un programa musical inspirado en el texto del libro, en manos de Sonus Ipsum. ¡No se lo pierdan! Este sábado 15 de junio a las 19h
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dpr-barcelona Jun 12
Interested in advanced spatial and media investigations into cases of human rights violations? Work with ;)
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dpr-barcelona Jun 12
Indeed, this 👇 [a call for curriculum change] of the
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dpr-barcelona Jun 11
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Paige Roberts Jun 10
Placecloud: 'Microdocumentaries' of place, made on smartphone by scholars, writers, and other interesting people cc
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Places Journal Jun 5
Where design meets reality: new podcast on utopian communities via @PlacesWire
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dpr-barcelona Jun 8
“digital colonialism” describes the tendency for information technologies to be deployed in ways that reproduce colonial power relations 👇🏽
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dpr-barcelona Jun 6
Y para conocer más acerca de la obra de Jujol, pueden encontrar nuestro libro 'Josep Maria Jujol. L’Església Primera de Vistabella. Una mirada contemporània’ (ed.) disponible en la
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dpr-barcelona Jun 6
Barcelona, no se pierdan la Exposición "Col·leccions COAC.19 / Jvjol i el dibuix” Del 6 de Junio al 7 de Julio en el , comisariada por Roger Subirà —Inauguración hoy 19h
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Creative Scotland Jun 5
The 2019 programme is packed with more than 100 events taking place across Scotland from 7-23 Jun. The year's provocation is In Real Life, [IRL], exploring the extraordinary everyday, with architecture, art, performance and more:
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