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Giuliano Fiorenzoli “Because of seeing architecture” Opens at Pratt SoA

February 2, 2024

Exhibition: JAN 18–MAR 1, 2024
Higgins Hall Hazel and Robert H. Siege Gallery
Pratt School of Architecture

Public Lecture and Exhibition Reception on THURS. FEB 22, 2024, 6:30pm-8:30pm

The Pratt School of Architecture is delighted to present “Giuliano Fiorenzoli: Because of seeing architecture” originally developed by ‘T’ Space and exhibited Fall 2023 in the Archive Gallery. For the installation in the Pratt Hazel and Robert H. Siegel Gallery, Fiorenzoli has included seven additional works.

Professor Giuliano Fiorenzoli’s early work was an important contribution to the Radical Architecture movement in Italy whose locus in 1966 was in Fiorenzoli’s city, Florence. It is often most often located in connection with an exhibition Superarchitettura of 1966. Groups such Archizoom, 9999, Superstudio, UFO and Zziggurat (of which Fiorenzoli was a member) produced experimental work which imagined other critical utopias through drawings, video, installations, and performances. Fiorenzoli’s works in this exhibition show his commitment to this line of research over the course of his career.

The exhibition opens for viewing on Thursday, January 18, 2024 and is open through March 1, 2024. Giuliano Fiorenzoli will give a lecture on Thursday, February 22, 2024 at 6:30pm, which will be followed by a reception.

Read more information on Pratt’s website.

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