On 3 November, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo inaugurates in Turin Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s Air Pressure (A diary of the sky), a multi-channel video and audio installation conceived as an exploration of the acoustic ecology inherent to Lebanese airspace, in particular the episodes in which the Israeli Air Force has crossed the skies over Lebanon, in violation of the agreements between the two nations mediated by the United Nations Security Council. Through a sound and film installation, the work renders these recurrent violations into a tangible artistic product, proposing a reflection on the atmospheric violence that has become part of everyday Lebanese life.

From 3 November 2022 to 26 February 2023
Photo courtesy Lawrence Abu Hamdan
Photo courtesy Lawrence Abu Hamdan
The first exhibition in Italy two years after the death of the master of environmental art, the Castello di Mirandolo, in the countryside surrounding Pinerolo in Piedmont, hosts the retrospective dedicated to Christo and Jeanne-Claude. The exhibition presents around sixty works, including mixed techniques and collages, accompanied by an extensive photographic section and the projection of videos documenting the realisation of the couple’s monumental art installations. Also accompanying the entire exhibition is an unprecedented sound installation, curated by Avant-dernière pensée, which aims to create an ideal correspondence between the works of Christo and Jeanne-Claude and the music of Arvo Pärt, an Estonian composer characterised by a musical language rich in techniques such as dodecaphony and collage.
From 15 October 2022 to 16 April 2023
Photo Wolfgang Volz. Copyright Christo and Jeanne-Claude Foundation
Photo courtesy Fondazione Cosso
Curated by Pippo Ciorra and Maristella Casciato, MAXXI is hosting an exhibition during this winter season devoted to the story of the relationship between structural, vernacular and avant-garde engineering. The exhibition is organised around two sections corresponding to the two great universes, that of technological innovation and that of construction engineering. Along the first path, we will discover installations and interactive pavilions, which will allow us to understand the role that scientific and technological sectors play today. Along the second, organised by thematic areas, we will find the work of the great structural engineers from the post-war period to the present day, highlighting the various approaches, the symbol-buildings such as the Beaubourg or the Sydney Opera House, and the most striking cases in which the task of form-finder falls entirely to the structural designer.
From 1 October 2022 to 10 April 2023
Courtesy Fondazione MAXXI 
Photo Robert Baudin. Courtesy Arup
Inspired by the history of New York’s community gardens, Life Between Buildings explores how artists have engaged with the city’s interstitial spaces. Bringing together selected archival materials and artworks from the 1970s to the present, the exhibition looks beyond the artists’ history of transforming buildings to the ways in which they have engaged with interstitial spaces, transforming negative spaces into places of communal living: gardens, installations, performances, and gatherings. By restoring liminal and neglected sites, these groups and artists ask us to rethink how life – human and non-human – can thrive in a city where space has become increasingly scarce and nature increasingly threatened.
From 2 June 2022 to 16 January 2023

Photo Steven Paneccasio. Courtesy MoMA
Photo Steven Paneccasio. Courtesy MoMA
Sempre presso il MoMA, sarà possibile visitare una nuova installazione e performance nel Marie-Josée and Henry Kravis Studio. In questa mostra, Laris Cohen porterà i resti architettonici del Doris Duke Theatre, distrutto da un incendio nel 2020, nello spazio performativo del museo. Studio/Theater solleverà domande su ciò che costituisce un teatro e su come questi spazi siano contemporaneamente fragili e interdipendenti. Oltre all’installazione, Studio/Theater comprenderà anche in due performance intitolate Preservation e Conservation che si alterneranno settimanalmente nel corso della mostra.
From 8 October 2022 to 1 January 2023
Photo Emile Askey. Courtesy MoMA
Photo Emile Askey. Courtesy MoMA
With an exhibition design by the Belgian studio Tramnouvelle, the KANAL-Centre Pompidou in Brussels presents a unique view of the Congolese capital, its development and urban structure. (N)tóngá means “needle” or “building site” in Lingala and thus refers to the informal path that has characterised the evolution of Kinshasa to the present day. The impact of colonialism and the influence it had on the architecture of the third largest city on the African continent are the focus of the exhibition. The artists present portray the working methods and production processes that enable the people of Kinshasa to go against an imposed vision of the city and its identity.
From 23 September to 20 November 2022
Photo Gosette Lubondo. Courtesy Kanal
Courtesy Kanal
In Paris, the Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine presents a solo exhibition by architect Pierre-Louis Faloci. A figure in his own right, the designer articulates his practice around the notion of "global landscape" that he has long developed in his teaching and that constitutes the problematic basis on which his convictions as an architect are rooted.
From 14 October 2022 to 29 May 2023
Courtesy Pierre-Louis Faloci
Courtesy Pierre-Louis Faloci
Also in the French capital, it will be possible to visit an exhibition at the Pavillon de l’Arsenal dedicated to the life cycle of building heritage. Through the analysis of some forty award-winning projects of renovation, rehabilitation or adaptive reuse, whose permits were filed in Paris between 2020 and 2022, the exhibition recounts these new production methods that bring together climate change issues, heritage considerations and programmes adapted to contemporary expectations.
From 19 October 2022 to 5 March 2023
Photo Salem Mostefaoui. Courtesy Pavillon de l’Arsenal
Photo Salem Mostefaoui. Courtesy Pavillon de l’Arsenal
For this event, Olafur Eliasson transforms the Manica Lunga of the Castello di Rivoli, a volume 147 metres in length and 6 metres in width, presenting a new series of six immersive artworks similar to wedge-shaped optical devices. Within each installation one sees complex fluid forms in motion traversing a 360-degree panoramic space, optical illusions produced by mirrors and light projections. In all the kaleidoramas, it will be possible to observe these complex patterns of moving forms interacting to create an ever-changing visual and spatial environment.
From 3 November 2022 to 26 March 2023
Courtesy Castello di Rivoli
Courtesy Castello di Rivoli
Also in Turin, Le Gallerie d’Italia is hosting an international preview of the third chapter of Gregory Crewdson’s photographic trilogy. Curated by Jean-Charles Vergne, the exhibition brings together the photographer’s three series conceived between 2012 and 2022. Conceived as a trilogy, they offer an unprecedented perspective on a decade of creation, revealing the intimate side of the universe that has made Crewdson one of the fundamental figures in photography. His shots progressively strung together fragments of a twilight world inspired by a certain type of cinematic imagery rooted in collective memory and American literary culture.
From 12 October 2022 to 22 January 2023
Photo Andrea Guermani. Courtesy Gallerie d’Italia
Photo Andrea Guermani. Courtesy Gallerie d’Italia
Hosted in Z33 – the museum of contemporary art, design and architecture designed by Francesca Torzo – architect and designer Mae-ling Lokko uses bio-based materials, including mycelium and coconut waste, in her exhibition to create this installation focused on ideas of economic and ecological justice. Through his research at Yale University’s School of Architecture and his company Willow Technologies, Lokko works with agricultural waste to create affordable bio-based building materials. Grounds for Return aims to highlight the cycle through which crops and homes can emerge from the soil to sustain the land and community, before biodegrading and returning nutrients to the soil.
From 26 September 2022 to 9 January 2023
Photo Selma Gurbuz. Courtesy Mae-ling Lokko
Photo Selma Gurbuz. Courtesy Mae-ling Lokko
In Stockholm, ArkDes will host an exhibition dedicated to the architecture of the Tham and Videgård studio from 9 November. The installation comprises 432 square metres of glazed area, inviting visitors to experience the exhibition – a gathering space, like a town square, that can be used for reflection and discussion, as well as for activities related to architecture and its role in society. The space brings the visitor into contact with a full-scale architectural experience.
From 11 November 2022 to 27 August 2023
Courtesy Tham & Videgård
Courtesy Tham & Videgård
On 3 November, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo inaugurates in Turin Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s Air Pressure (A diary of the sky), a multi-channel video and audio installation conceived as an exploration of the acoustic ecology inherent to Lebanese airspace, in particular the episodes in which the Israeli Air Force has crossed the skies over Lebanon, in violation of the agreements between the two nations mediated by the United Nations Security Council. Through a sound and film installation, the work renders these recurrent violations into a tangible artistic product, proposing a reflection on the atmospheric violence that has become part of everyday Lebanese life.

From 3 November 2022 to 26 February 2023
Photo courtesy Lawrence Abu Hamdan
Photo courtesy Lawrence Abu Hamdan
The first exhibition in Italy two years after the death of the master of environmental art, the Castello di Mirandolo, in the countryside surrounding Pinerolo in Piedmont, hosts the retrospective dedicated to Christo and Jeanne-Claude. The exhibition presents around sixty works, including mixed techniques and collages, accompanied by an extensive photographic section and the projection of videos documenting the realisation of the couple’s monumental art installations. Also accompanying the entire exhibition is an unprecedented sound installation, curated by Avant-dernière pensée, which aims to create an ideal correspondence between the works of Christo and Jeanne-Claude and the music of Arvo Pärt, an Estonian composer characterised by a musical language rich in techniques such as dodecaphony and collage.
From 15 October 2022 to 16 April 2023
Photo Wolfgang Volz. Copyright Christo and Jeanne-Claude Foundation
Photo courtesy Fondazione Cosso
Curated by Pippo Ciorra and Maristella Casciato, MAXXI is hosting an exhibition during this winter season devoted to the story of the relationship between structural, vernacular and avant-garde engineering. The exhibition is organised around two sections corresponding to the two great universes, that of technological innovation and that of construction engineering. Along the first path, we will discover installations and interactive pavilions, which will allow us to understand the role that scientific and technological sectors play today. Along the second, organised by thematic areas, we will find the work of the great structural engineers from the post-war period to the present day, highlighting the various approaches, the symbol-buildings such as the Beaubourg or the Sydney Opera House, and the most striking cases in which the task of form-finder falls entirely to the structural designer.
From 1 October 2022 to 10 April 2023
Courtesy Fondazione MAXXI 
Photo Robert Baudin. Courtesy Arup
Inspired by the history of New York’s community gardens, Life Between Buildings explores how artists have engaged with the city’s interstitial spaces. Bringing together selected archival materials and artworks from the 1970s to the present, the exhibition looks beyond the artists’ history of transforming buildings to the ways in which they have engaged with interstitial spaces, transforming negative spaces into places of communal living: gardens, installations, performances, and gatherings. By restoring liminal and neglected sites, these groups and artists ask us to rethink how life – human and non-human – can thrive in a city where space has become increasingly scarce and nature increasingly threatened.
From 2 June 2022 to 16 January 2023

Photo Steven Paneccasio. Courtesy MoMA
Photo Steven Paneccasio. Courtesy MoMA
Sempre presso il MoMA, sarà possibile visitare una nuova installazione e performance nel Marie-Josée and Henry Kravis Studio. In questa mostra, Laris Cohen porterà i resti architettonici del Doris Duke Theatre, distrutto da un incendio nel 2020, nello spazio performativo del museo. Studio/Theater solleverà domande su ciò che costituisce un teatro e su come questi spazi siano contemporaneamente fragili e interdipendenti. Oltre all’installazione, Studio/Theater comprenderà anche in due performance intitolate Preservation e Conservation che si alterneranno settimanalmente nel corso della mostra.
From 8 October 2022 to 1 January 2023
Photo Emile Askey. Courtesy MoMA
Photo Emile Askey. Courtesy MoMA
With an exhibition design by the Belgian studio Tramnouvelle, the KANAL-Centre Pompidou in Brussels presents a unique view of the Congolese capital, its development and urban structure. (N)tóngá means “needle” or “building site” in Lingala and thus refers to the informal path that has characterised the evolution of Kinshasa to the present day. The impact of colonialism and the influence it had on the architecture of the third largest city on the African continent are the focus of the exhibition. The artists present portray the working methods and production processes that enable the people of Kinshasa to go against an imposed vision of the city and its identity.
From 23 September to 20 November 2022
Photo Gosette Lubondo. Courtesy Kanal
Courtesy Kanal
In Paris, the Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine presents a solo exhibition by architect Pierre-Louis Faloci. A figure in his own right, the designer articulates his practice around the notion of "global landscape" that he has long developed in his teaching and that constitutes the problematic basis on which his convictions as an architect are rooted.
From 14 October 2022 to 29 May 2023
Courtesy Pierre-Louis Faloci
Courtesy Pierre-Louis Faloci
Also in the French capital, it will be possible to visit an exhibition at the Pavillon de l’Arsenal dedicated to the life cycle of building heritage. Through the analysis of some forty award-winning projects of renovation, rehabilitation or adaptive reuse, whose permits were filed in Paris between 2020 and 2022, the exhibition recounts these new production methods that bring together climate change issues, heritage considerations and programmes adapted to contemporary expectations.
From 19 October 2022 to 5 March 2023
Photo Salem Mostefaoui. Courtesy Pavillon de l’Arsenal
Photo Salem Mostefaoui. Courtesy Pavillon de l’Arsenal
For this event, Olafur Eliasson transforms the Manica Lunga of the Castello di Rivoli, a volume 147 metres in length and 6 metres in width, presenting a new series of six immersive artworks similar to wedge-shaped optical devices. Within each installation one sees complex fluid forms in motion traversing a 360-degree panoramic space, optical illusions produced by mirrors and light projections. In all the kaleidoramas, it will be possible to observe these complex patterns of moving forms interacting to create an ever-changing visual and spatial environment.
From 3 November 2022 to 26 March 2023
Courtesy Castello di Rivoli
Courtesy Castello di Rivoli
Also in Turin, Le Gallerie d’Italia is hosting an international preview of the third chapter of Gregory Crewdson’s photographic trilogy. Curated by Jean-Charles Vergne, the exhibition brings together the photographer’s three series conceived between 2012 and 2022. Conceived as a trilogy, they offer an unprecedented perspective on a decade of creation, revealing the intimate side of the universe that has made Crewdson one of the fundamental figures in photography. His shots progressively strung together fragments of a twilight world inspired by a certain type of cinematic imagery rooted in collective memory and American literary culture.
From 12 October 2022 to 22 January 2023
Photo Andrea Guermani. Courtesy Gallerie d’Italia
Photo Andrea Guermani. Courtesy Gallerie d’Italia
Hosted in Z33 – the museum of contemporary art, design and architecture designed by Francesca Torzo – architect and designer Mae-ling Lokko uses bio-based materials, including mycelium and coconut waste, in her exhibition to create this installation focused on ideas of economic and ecological justice. Through his research at Yale University’s School of Architecture and his company Willow Technologies, Lokko works with agricultural waste to create affordable bio-based building materials. Grounds for Return aims to highlight the cycle through which crops and homes can emerge from the soil to sustain the land and community, before biodegrading and returning nutrients to the soil.
From 26 September 2022 to 9 January 2023
Photo Selma Gurbuz. Courtesy Mae-ling Lokko
Photo Selma Gurbuz. Courtesy Mae-ling Lokko
In Stockholm, ArkDes will host an exhibition dedicated to the architecture of the Tham and Videgård studio from 9 November. The installation comprises 432 square metres of glazed area, inviting visitors to experience the exhibition – a gathering space, like a town square, that can be used for reflection and discussion, as well as for activities related to architecture and its role in society. The space brings the visitor into contact with a full-scale architectural experience.
From 11 November 2022 to 27 August 2023
Courtesy Tham & Videgård
Courtesy Tham & Videgård
With winter just around the corner, museums and cultural institutions are refreshing their schedules with new displays and exhibitions dedicated to the world of art, but not only. Architecture is also making a comeback, and here is a list of the best exhibition projects around the world not to be missed this autumn and winter.
Starting from MAXXI in Rome, where an exhibition curated by Pippo Ciorra showcases the relationship between architecture and structural engineering, moving on from Mirandolo Castle in San Secondo di Pinerolo for the first Italian exhibition dedicated to Christo after his death. Traveling then to Europe, it will be possible to visit the Pavillon de l’Arsenal in Paris, some forty award-winning projects of renovation, rehabilitation, or adaptive reuse, while the architect and designer Mae-ling Lokko open the season of Z33, a museum designed by Francesca Torzo, with new bio-based building materials. At the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, a multi-channel video and audio installation curated by Lawrence Abu Hamdan is on show, while at ArkDes in Stockholm, studio Tham and Videgård will fill the rooms with a solo exhibition.

Scroll through the gallery to discover the most interesting cultural offerings of the cold season.
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