Studio Berlin is an exhibition of works produced by fifteen undergraduate and graduate Fine Arts students who traveled to the namesake city as part of the 2015 Howard Silverstein and Patricia Bleznak Silverstein Photography Studio Abroad Program. While in Berlin students engaged with a range of German artists, visited galleries and museums, and toured the city’s architectural and cultural landmarks. The studio incorporated day trips to the nearby cities of Potsdam, Leipzig, and Dessau and included an overnight stay at the Bauhaus dormitories.
Focused on the 25 miles at the very center of the nation’s most heavily-travelled passenger railroad, the CrossRail Studio proposed a dynamic mobility vision intended to drive economic success for America’s largest urban area and the economic hub of the Northeast megaregion. NY-NJ CrossRail proposes to transform the New York metropolitan area by integrating its fragmented rail system and uncoordinated capital programs into a unified region-wide — and region-shaping — system.
Edson da Cunha Mahfuz.
Viçosa: Universidade Federal de Viçosa. Belo Horizonte: AP Cultural, 1995.
PhD Dissertation title: An Investigation into the Nature of the Relationship between the Parts and the Whole in Architectural Composition.
Supervisor: Marco Frascari
These books clarify developments in a number of periods and investigate a range of subjects related to architecture, landscape architecture, building technology, and urbanism.
Down to Earth / Terre à Terre / Van Nature
The Master of Fine Arts program of the University of Pennsylvania presents the 2015 thesis exhibition in Brussels, Belgium. The exhibition is the culmination of a six-month exchange between the graduate students and curator Agata Jastrząbek. During their residency in Brussels, the students will install selected works, and through various activities organized by the curator, immerse themselves in the local contemporary art scene and visit major Belgian historical venues.
Philadelphia: Penn Press, 2015 [forthcoming]