// MOMOWO TRAVELLING EXHIBITION // THE NETHERLANDS
MoMoWo's Travelling Exhibition passed from Oviedo, Lisbon, Grenoble, and now the 4th Stop.
From 20 February until 24 March 2017, the MoMoWo Travelling Exhibition show 100 works in 100 years will be exhibited at Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands.
This exhibition is made possible by the support of Casa Vertigo
More information: www.momowo.eu/activities/travellingexhibition
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6 days ago ·
(1958 - ) Cristina Castel-Branco graduated in Landscape Architecture from the ISA – the Higher Institute of Agronomy in 1985; was a Fulbright–ITT grant holder and completed her Master’s Degree in Landscape Architecture at the University of Massachusetts in 1989 having studied at the Graduate School of Design of Harvard University in 1988. She completed her doctoral degree in the History of Garden Art by the ISA in 1993.
She began lecturing at the ISA in 1989 and currently, she lectures on the History and Theory of Landscape Architecture subjects. As a guest lecturer, she has taught post-graduate courses at universities in Madrid, Manchester and Tokyo.
Cristina Castel-Branco oversaw the restoration of the Ajuda Botanical Garden (1994-1997) and served as the garden’s director between 1997 and 2002. She was elected a voting member of the International Scientific Committee on Cultural Landscapes, ICOMOS, and World Heritage — UNESCO, in 2006 and has since contributed towards various cultural landscape evaluation missions on behalf of the world heritage list.
In 1989, she founded, in partnership with Teresa Andresen, the ACB — Arquitectura Paisagista atelier and actually leads the atelier.
She is also author of several books on Landscape Architecture history, art and theory in addition to a series of articles published in specialist journals in Europe, the United States of America and Japan.
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7 days ago ·