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Columbia GSAPP Party, Exhibitions, and Publication Launch at the Chicago Architecture Biennial

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Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation is participating in the Chicago Architecture Biennial with exhibitions, a special print edition of The Avery Review, and an opening night party at the Art Institute of Chicago. 

We hope you can join us in Chicago! 
Columbia GSAPP Party

Thursday, October 1, 9:00pm–12:00am
The Art Institute of Chicago, McKinlock Court, 111 South Michigan Avenue
Advance tickets $15 at Ovation Tix

House Housing: An Untimely History of Architecture and Real Estate in Twenty-three Episodes; Response by We, Next Door

An ongoing research project conducted by the Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture at Columbia University that encourages a public, historically informed conversation about the intersection of architecture and real estate development. Organized by Reinhold Martin, Director, Buell Center, Columbia University; Todd Palmer, Associate Director and Curator, National Public Housing Museum; Jacob Moore, Curator and Program Coordinator, Buell Center, Columbia University; and Susanne Schindler, Curator and Lead Researcher, Buell Center, Columbia University. 

Opening Reception: Thursday, October 1, 3:00–5:00pm
1322 W Taylor Street, Chicago. More info here.

The Avery Review: Chicago

This first print issue of The Avery Review includes original contributions from Alissa Anderson, Sarah Dunn and Martin Felsen, Sam Jacob, Thomas Kelley, Jimenez Lai, Todd Palmer, Cassie Fennell and Daniel Tucker, and Sarah Whiting, that address the historic imagination of the city and possibilities for its contemporary urban landscape. Also included are selected pieces from the Avery Review’s first year of publication by Amale Andraos, Peggy Deamer, James Graham, Leah Meisterlin, and McKenzie Wark.

Publication Launch: Thursday, October 1, 4:00–5:00pm
Bookstore at the Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington Street. More info here.

Environmental Communications: Contact High

Exhibition project by Mark Wasiuta, Marcos Sanchez, Adam Bandler and GSAPP Exhibitions. 
Environmental Communications: Contact High is a major exhibition of the prolific west coast media collective, Environmental Communications. Formed by a group of young architects, photographers, and psychologists in the Venice Beach of the late 1960s, Environmental Communications honed an image practice that aimed to constitute a new visual syntax for the late-20th-century city.


Press Preview: Thursday, October 1, 9:00am–5:00pm and Friday, October October 2, 9:00am–8:00pm
On view through November 15, 2015
Chicago Cultural Center, Michigan Avenue Gallery, 78 E. Washington StreetMore info here.

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