“Sculptural” Architecture at MOCA and LACMA

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In the last couple of weeks, two of the large-scale Pacific Standard Time Presents exhibits have opened; one at LACMA, showcasing Peter Zumthor’s design to replace four buildings on the museum site; the other is at MOCA.

MOCA’s is an exhibit that stalled along the way, largely to do with the framing of the show, as “A New Sculpturalism.” About a month ago, architect Thom Mayne helped assemble a team to realize the installation. They maintained more or less the same designers, but changed the layout. 

So how does the show look and feel now? And more importantly what does the “sculptural” building actually proposed for LACMA mean for Los Angeles? We heard from architecture writer Sam Lubell, installation manager Anne Marie Burke, architect Peter Zumthor and LACMA director Michael Govan and architect Craig Hodgetts.

Credits

Guests:
Sam Lubell - architecture writer, Anne Marie Burke - UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture, Peter Zumthor - Pritzker Prize-winning architect , Michael Govan - CEO Director of LACMA - @LACMA, Craig Hodgetts - Mithun | Hodgetts + Fung - @Mithun_Design

Host:
Frances Anderton

Producer:
Frances Anderton