Monday 27th Oct 14
Consider yourself a fan of architecture? Then head down to Betts Project gallery for Pier Vittorio Aureli’s exhibition, featuring a series of thirty ‘non-compositional’ drawings, part of a series entitled ‘The Marriage of Reason and Squalor’.
We attended the preview last night, which was heaving with fans of the Italian architect. According to Marie Coulon, director of the Betts Project: “Aureli has long been fascinated not only by the ideologies of these works, but their material and physical forms. To him, they evoke both the abstract motifs of various ancient buildings and the generic character of more recent and anonymous industrial architecture.”
The show runs from today (October 8th) until November 1st and admission is free.