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LONG LIVE THE MODERN

War Memorial Hall, Wanganui

LONG LIVE THE MODERN:New Zealand’s New Architecture 1904-1984

9 April – 22 May 2011

Long Live the Modern: New Zealand’s New Architecture, 1904-1984 is an exhibition curated by Bill McKay and Julia Gatley that explores New Zealand’s extant modern buildings and brings together original drawings and period books, journals and photographs, as well as new architectural models and recent photographs. The exhibition was developed by the University of Auckland, School of Architecture and Planning and toured by the Gus Fisher Gallery and is accompanied by a book published by Auckland University Press.

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Past Exhibitions 2011
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