Architecture is a discipline that encompasses all means of artistic expression—including painting, sculpture, industrial art, design, music and theater—and also conceives the “vessels” destined to contain these intricate and multifaceted elements. It is impossible to directly encounter these structures without visiting their locations, so blueprints as well as the original medium of certain drawings and models, known as quasi-works, are treated as equal in value to the real works.
Recent architectural exhibitions are frequently planned and convened in art museums and galleries, making it possible to savor more than just the colors, textures and other aspects of the media presented onsite. These exhibitions also showcase quasi-works, which draws viewer interest from the contexts that brought projects to fruition to the processes ahead.
Please enjoy the dynamism of analytical and observation powers emerging from the extensive research and scrupulous observations of our students.