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30 Jan – 9 Feb 2025

Heinz Emigholz

Heinz Emigholz at IFFR

  • Sense of Architecture

    A passage through modern civilised life by way of 42 architectural projects in Austria and elsewhere. From a church belfry to a kindergarten, pharmacy

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  • Parabeton – Pier Luigi Nervi und Römische Beton

    Parabeton – Pier Luigi Nervi and Roman Concrete explores fifteen buildings created from plans by Nervi (occasionally with a fellow architect) alongsid

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  • Eine Serie von Gedanken (Miscellanea IV–VII)

    Three variations on the most extreme form of filial piety, not always voluntary: the son’s sacrifice (by the father’s hand), followed by a cinematic s

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  • Miscellanea III

    A meditation on ruins and remains linked to the US chapters of Photography and Beyond. A rumination on a nation and dream in tatters.

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  • Perret in Frankreich und Algerien

    Perret in France and Algeria explores 30 architectural creations by Auguste Perret in France and Algeria, with a deep sense of melancholia. While the

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  • The Formative Years I-II

    Seven early pieces. The Formative Years (I) contains five rigorous exercises in cinematographic formalism: Schenec-Tady I-III (1973/75/76), Arrowplane

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  • Miscellanea I

    A diary-like view of Emigholz’s life and thoughts around the time of The Holy Bunch, transformed into a concise meditation on life’s fleetingness.

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  • Maillarts Brücken

    Exploration of 14 steel/concrete structures, mainly bridges. Emigholz’s gaze reveals the austere poetry of Robert Maillart’s art.

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  • Miscellanea II

    A diary-like view of Emigholz’s life and thoughts around the time of Sullivan’s Banks and Maillart’s Bridges. A meditation on the fabulous folly of hu

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  • Zwei Museen

    A comparison of the lighting strategies in the Mishkan LeOmanut in kibbutz Ein Harod (by Samuel Bickels) and The Menil Collection (by Renzo Piano).

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