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ON THE ROAD The huge Three Gorges Dam project on China's Yangtze River submerged 13 cities, 400 towns and 1,300 villages, displacing two million people in the process. It is the subject of Ian Teh's exhibition 'The Vanishing' at Photofusion, 17a Electric Lane, Brixton, SW9, from 30 January until 27 March (020 7738 5774).

London Manscape: The Artistry of Architecture 22 January-28 February. A n exhibition at Getty Images Gallery, 3 Jubilee Place, SW3.

Details 020 7376 4525.

Sergio Risalti: The Theatre of the Italian City Tuesday 27 January, 19.00. A lecture at the Royal College of Art. Tickets (free) 020 7590 4567.

Jamie Forbert Wednesday 28 January, 19.00. A n Architecture Foundation lecture at BDP, 16 Brewhouse Yard, EC1. Details www. architecture foundation. org. uk Ecohouse Student Design Competition Until 31 January. An exhibition at the RIBA, 66 Portland Place, W1. Details 020 7580 5533.

Stephen Witherford and William Mann Wednesday 4 February, 19.00.

An Architecture Foundation lecture at BDP, 16 Brewhouse Yard, EC1. Details www. architecturefoundation. or g. uk Urban Challenge Thursday 5 February. A debate on issues created by London's increasing density. At the Royal Geographical Society. Details 01273 202022.

Donald Judd 5 February-25 April.

A major retrospective at Tate Modern, Bankside, SE1. Details www. tate. org. uk John Riddy: Recent Places Until 10 February. Photographs at the Frith Street Gallery, 59 Frith St, W1. Details 020 7494 1550.

Gold Standard: How to Create Olympic Standard Office Buildings Tuesday 10 February. An AJ conference at the Cavendish Conference Centre, W1. Details 020 7505 6745 or visit www. goldstandardconference. c om John Allan: Seven Pillars of Lubetkin Tuesday 10 February, 18.30. A Docomomo lecture at the Gallery, 77 Cowcross St, EC1. Details 020 7253 6624.

Beyond Nature: Constructions of Landscape Until 13 February.

Photographs by Margherita Spiluttini at the AA, 36 Bedford Sq, WC1. Details 020 7887 4000.

Bricks & Water Until 28 February.

The architecture of London's waterworks - an exhibition at Kew Bridge Steam Museum.

Details 020 8568 4757.

The Smithsons: The House of the Future to a House for Today Until 29 February. An exhibition at the Design Museum, Shad Thames, SE1.

Details 0870 833 9955.

Gerhard Richter: Atlas Until 29 February. An exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery, Whitechapel High St, EC1.

Details 020 7522 7880.

Foreign Office Architects: Breeding Architecture Until 29 February.

An exhibition at the ICA, the Mall, SW1. Details 020 7930 3647.

ar+d Emerging Architecture Awards, 2003 Until 2 March. At the RIBA, 66 Portland Place, W1. Details 0906 302 0400.

Intervening in the European City Tuesday 16 March. A one-day AR conference with speakers including Gunther Domenig, Massimiliano Fuksas and Francine Houben. At the RIBA.

Details zoe. phillips@emap. com Naum Gabo: Gabo and Colour Until 27 March. An exhibition at Annely Juda Fine Art,23 Dering St, W1.

Details 020 7629 7578.

East Repair and Conservation of Historic Joinery 12-13 February. A course at Cressing Temple, Essex.

Details Pauline Hudspith 01245 437672.

Immaterial: Brancusi, Gabo, MoholyNagy Until 14 March. A n exhibition at Kettle's Yard, Castle St, Cambridge. Details 01223 352124.

North West Paul Finch Thursday 29 January, 19.30.

A lecture at St George's Church, Chapel Yard, Friargate, Preston. Details Doug Chadwick 01254 59835.

Graham Browne (TVR Engineering) Wednesday 4 February,19.30.

A lecture at the Grosvenor Museum, Grosvenor St, Chester. Details Mark Kyffin 0161 236 5567.

Access All Areas Thursday 26 February. An AJ conference on the DDA at the Lowry, Salford Quays. Details 020 7505 6745 or www. ddaconference. com Best Studio featuring Ian Simpson Architects; Design Berlin Until 8 March. Two exhibitions at CUBE, 113 Portland St, Manchester.

Details 0161 237 5525.

David Adjaye: Asymmetric Chamber Until 8 March. A CUBE exhibition at the Tea Factory, 82 Wood St, Liverpool. Details 0161 237 5525.

The Stage of Drawing: Gesture and Act Until 28 March. An exhibition at Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, Liverpool. Details 0151 702 7402.

South John Pardey Wednesday 29 January, 17.30. A lecture at the school of Architecture, Portland Building, Portland St, Portsmouth. Details 02392 842086.

Lighting Workshops 6-7 February.

At Oxford Brookes University.

Details Valerie Robillard 01865 483200.

South East Inside Out: Investigating Drawing Until 25 January. An exhibition at Milton Keynes Gallery, 900 Midsummer Boulevard, Milton Keynes. Details 01908 676 900.

The Georgian Tradition Thursday 26 February. A day school led by Neil Burton at the Weald & Downland Open Air Museum, Singleton, Chichester. Details 01243 811464.

Wessex Zebedee Jones: New Paintings Until 25 January. An exhibition at the New Art Centre, East Winterslow, Salisbury. Details 01980 862244.

Yorkshire Eduardo Chillida Until 29 February.

Retrospective exhibition of the Basque sculptor at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, West Bretton, Wakefield. Details 01924 830302.

Other Criteria: Sculpture in 20th Century Britain Until 28 March.A n exhibition at the Henry Moore Institute, 74 the Headrow, Leeds. Details 0113 234 3158.

Scotland David Mitchell: Ironwork Thursday 29 January, 17.30. A Scottish Centre for Conservation Studies lecture at Edinburgh College of Art. Tickets Moira Seftor 0131 221 6072.

Louise Crawford and StÚphane GuÚneau Until 31 January.

Information for inclusion should be sent to Andrew Mead at The Architects' Journal at least two

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