Posts Tagged: Steven Holl

Guest Blogger Deb Sokolow: Research for an Idiosyncratic Visitor’s Guide

“In all fictions, each time a man meets diverse alternatives, he chooses one and eliminates the others; in the work of the virtually impossible-to-disentangle Ts’ui Pen, the character chooses—simultaneously— all of them. He creates, thereby, ‘several futures,’ several times, which themselves proliferate and fork.” – The Garden of Forking Paths, Jorge Luis Borges When the… Read more »

Steven Holl Wins Lifetime Achievement in Architecture Award

Congratulations to ICA architect Steven Holl who has won the Japan Art Association’s 2014 Praemium Imperiale International Arts Award for Architecture. The awards recognize lifetime achievement in the arts and are one of the most prestigious international prizes awarded in architecture, painting, sculpture, music and theater/film. Holl, who received the American Institute of Architects Gold Medal… Read more »

Groundbreaking Behind-the-Scenes Shots

Last week paint splashed down on the corner of Broad and Belvidere streets in Richmond marking the beginning of what will transform that corner — and this city. Nearly 350 people gathered for the groundbreaking of the Markel Center, the Steven-Holl-Architects-designed building that will house the Institute for Contemporary Art at VCU. Leaders from Markel Corporation… Read more »

Space and Light by Steven Holl

When he lectured at VCU in 2012, the ICA’s architect Steven Holl walked the standing-room-only audience through some of his amazing projects around the world. He said something that stuck with us: “You want the idea driving the art.”