Anton Glikin (for Peter Pennoyer Architects), “Drumlin Hall,” 2009, ink and watercolor, 36 x 20 in. © Eleventh Street Arts 2017

The art of architecture and architecture in art are being explored during a captivating group exhibition on the East Coast. With a diverse range of styles and superior talent, we’re positive you won’t be disappointed if you have a look here.

If you leave right now, there’s still time to attend the opening of “Art of Architecture” at Eleventh Street Arts in Long Island City, New York. Tonight (March 2) from 6-9 p.m. marks the opening of a tantalizing and creative exhibition with the man-made as its focus. Among the talent showcased are works by Atelier & Co., Steve Bass, Anthony Baus, Patrick Connors, Alexander Creswell, Andrew Dodson, Fairfax & Sammons Architects, Ferguson & Shamamian Architects, David Genther, Anton Glikin, Michael G. Imber Architects, Peter Pennoyer Architects, Irina Shumitskaya, Abigail Tulis, Charlotte Worthy Architects, and many others.

Can’t make the opening? Eleventh Street Arts has also coordinated a series of lectures, to be held on March 9 and March 30. Topics under consideration include hand drawing for house design and “type talk.”

“Art of Architecture” will be on view through April 7. To learn more, visit Eleventh Street Arts.

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