Günther Domenig: Structures That Fit My Nature

  • Exhibition

835 N Kings Road
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Günther Domenig: Structures that Fit My Nature offered an exceptional opportunity to explore the work and creative process of one of the world’s most distinctive contemporary architects. The exhibition focused on two key projects by the Austrian architect: the Steinhaus (Stone House), the architect’s own house; and the prize-winning Nuremberg Documentation Center (Dokumentationszentrum), completed in 2001, a historical archive that transforms Albert Speer’s Nazi coliseum into a memorial. Exemplary artistic statements, both projects may be seen as gestures of architectural liberation, the most important and personal examples of Domenig’s uncompromising search for an individualized language of expression.