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[Berlin Meets New York: A Global Cultural Dialogue Continues at AIA's Center for Architecture

The Center for Architecture in New York expands its ongoing Global City Dialogue Series with Berlin / New York Dialogues, a 10-week-long exploration of the cities and their architecture. The programming, part of Carnegie Hall’s “Berlin in Lights” festival, includes a mobile workshop, a family day, and a panel on memorials with the German Consulate. Next March, the exhibition will travel to Berlin’s German Center for Architecture DAZ for a three-month installation.

The exhibition and related programming will explore lessons learned through the cross-fertilization of ideas among citizens, policy makers, institutions, and design professionals in Berlin and New York.
Through an exploration of the “mechanisms and consequences of urban regeneration,” Berlin / New York Dialogues highlights the similarities and differences between these global cities, Bell explains. Most importantly, the exhibition and programming focus on exemplary practices and strategies affecting city planning and new building.

Against a background of urban data, Berlin / New York Dialogues explores three geographical areas in each city. Geographical brackets in New York include: Red Hook, Chelsea, South Bronx. Using imagery, illustration, and drawings, the exhibition describes social, political, economic and cultural processes through current works of architecture and urban planning. The exhibition and hosted discussions highlight themes such as: artist as a pioneer/culture as a catalyst, community-based activism, gentrification, greening of open space, social engineering/government based interventions. Projects to be featured in the program include; public spaces, housing, neighborhood revitalization, cultural initiatives, waterfront developemtnts, temporary interventions.]
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