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July 25, 2017 - September 12, 2017

A multimedia installation that reflects on the life of Gregory Ain, FAIA (1908–1988), and his 1950 Exhibition House for the MoMA garden, the progressive architect’s last significant building. This Future Has a Past retraces the mysterious fate of the house and unearths an extraordinary moment in Ain’s personal history.

This exhibition was originally organized for an exhibition in the 15th International Venice Biennale of Architecture.

Producers 
Katherine Lambert, AIA, IIDA, Founding Principal, Metropolitan Architecture Practice; Professor of Architecture, California College of the Arts; Christiane Robbins, Principal, Director of Special Projects, Metropolitan Architecture Practice; former Professor of Media Arts and Director of the Matrix Program for Inter-Arts, University of Southern California.

Presented in cooperation with Anyspace, a program of the Anyone Corporation, funded by the Graham Foundation.

  • Supported by

    This exhibition is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

This Future Has a Past.

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This Future Has a Past.

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July 25, 2017 - September 12, 2017

A multimedia installation that reflects on the life of Gregory Ain, FAIA (1908–1988), and his 1950 Exhibition House for the MoMA garden, the progressive architect’s last significant building. This Future Has a Past retraces the mysterious fate of the house and unearths an extraordinary moment in Ain’s personal history.

This exhibition was originally organized for an exhibition in the 15th International Venice Biennale of Architecture.

Producers 
Katherine Lambert, AIA, IIDA, Founding Principal, Metropolitan Architecture Practice; Professor of Architecture, California College of the Arts; Christiane Robbins, Principal, Director of Special Projects, Metropolitan Architecture Practice; former Professor of Media Arts and Director of the Matrix Program for Inter-Arts, University of Southern California.

Presented in cooperation with Anyspace, a program of the Anyone Corporation, funded by the Graham Foundation.

  • Supported by

    This exhibition is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

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