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Exhibition: Architectural Views at the Bicha Gallery, Southbank

An exhibition at the Bicha Gallery explores the overlap between art and architecture

Children and A Bird by Henry Wilson

Children and A Bird by Henry Wilson

The exhibition, on in Southbank until 20 September, shows ‘architectural observations captured though drawing, models, photography and objects’. 

Untitled Spaces 1 by Roland Karthaus

Untitled Spaces 1 by Roland Karthaus

The exhibition shows the extent that the two disciplines of art and architecture ‘are similar and influence one another’.

L room interiorAA by AntoniosDaikos

L room interior AA by Antonios Daikos

The intention of this exhibition is to show, whether it be through art or architecture, how an ‘idea well executed is the most powerful tool for self expression’.

Details: 6 September - 20 September
Opening hours: Tues-Sun, 11am-7pm
Cost: Free
Address: Bicha Gallery & Shop, 7 Gabriel’s Wharf, South Bank, 56 Upper Ground, London SE1 9PP

Even newer Babel Constant by studio ur haus

Even newer Babel Constant by studio ur haus

 

Casa de Serralves by John Bryson

Casa de Serralves by John Bryson

 

Bubbles Black Urban Den UEL by Antonio Capelao

Bubbles Black Urban Den UEL by Antonio Capelao

 

Untitled Spaces 2 by Roland Karthaus

Untitled Spaces 2 by Roland Karthaus

 

Untitled Spaces 3 by Roland Karthaus

Untitled Spaces 3 by Roland Karthaus

 

Untitled Spaces 4 by Roland Karthaus

Untitled Spaces 4 by Roland Karthaus

 

Untitled Turbine Hall by Roland Karthaus

Untitled Turbine Hall by Roland Karthaus

 

Museu de Serralves by John Bryson

Museu de Serralves by John Bryson

 

Casa da Musica by John Bryson

Casa da Musica by John Bryson

 

Rotating Tower Dublin Docklands by David Whitehead Architects

Rotating Tower Dublin Docklands by David Whitehead Architects

 

Child plays with wheel in front of Merchant's House by Henry Wilson

Child plays with wheel in front of Merchant’s House by Henry Wilson

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