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MoMA

EXHIBITIONS

On–Site: New Architecture in Spain

February 12–May 1, 2006

This exhibition documents the most recent architectural developments in a country that has become known in recent years as an international center for design innovation and excellence. The exhibition features thirty–five significant architectural projects that are currently in design or under construction. These works are considered in relation to an additional eighteen projects, each of which are a major architectural accomplishment completed in Spain within the last few years. The projects presented will reflect the geographic and generational diversity of the current wave of new projects and their architects, as well as a wide range of scales—from a single private house to a new international airport. The exhibition will not only reflect the accomplishments of Spanish architects, but also the contributions of professionals from elsewhere.

The exhibition is organized by Terence Riley, The Philip Johnson Chief Curator of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.

The exhibition is the fourth in a series of five exhibitions made possible by The Lily Auchincloss Fund for Contemporary Architecture and is also made possible by a generous grant from Enerfin Enervento, SA.

Major support is provided by PromoMadrid S.A., Madrid Regional Ministry of Economy and Technological Innovation.

Additional funding is provided by Arcelor, by the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency, by MPG [Media Planning Group], by The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art, and by The Consulate General of The Netherlands in New York.

The accompanying publication is made possible by Elise Jaffe + Jeffrey Brown.
Valleaceron Chapel, Almadenejos, Ciudad Real. 2000. Sancho–Madridejos Architecture Office; Sol Madridejos (Madrid, Spain, born 1958); J. C. Sancho Osinaga (San Sebastian, Spain, 1957). View of Chapel entry from north. © Roland Halbe

Valleaceron Chapel, Almadenejos, Ciudad Real. 2000. Sancho–Madridejos Architecture Office; Sol Madridejos (Madrid, Spain, born 1958); J. C. Sancho Osinaga (San Sebastian, Spain, 1957). View of Chapel entry from north. © Roland Halbe