Seng Kuan

  • “Japan in Architecture: Genealogies of Its Transformation”

    Organized along nine themes, including nature, craft, and space, this ambitious exhibition examines continuities between Japan’s ancient building culture and the Japanese architectural profession today. The wide-ranging show features drawings, models, and photographs of works that span the past hundred years alongside historical models and carpentry manuals from the Edo and Meiji periods. Noteworthy are replicas of two well-known yet elusive structures that present a view of modern Japan infused with images