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MoMA Unveils Major Latin American Architecture Survey/>

For the first time in 60 years, MoMA surveys a dynamic period in Latin American architecture.

The Aura of Light

A new sun-simulating lighting system by CoeLux is on the verge of U.S. distribution.

Cuba After the Revolution

A new film series at BAM offers a rare view of a country in transition.

Newsmaker: Richard Driehaus

The Driehaus Prize founder talks bad architecture, foiling Frank Gehry's Eisenhower Memorial, and the "Hershey's Kiss" Lucas Museum.

Rudolph’s Orange County Government Center Moves Closer to Demolition

Paul Rudolph’s Orange County Government Center, the embattled, hive-like structure in Goshen, New York, has moved closer to being partially demolished.

Newsmaker: Claudia Perren

The director of the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation launches an architecture competition for a new museum.

Film Review: La Sapienza

La Sapienza, a new film directed by Eugène Green, lingers on architecture.

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