the museum of vancouver is pleased to feature play house, an exhibition of highly-regarded vancouver architect daniel evan white who passed away last year. this retrospective will explore the creative process of white’s innovative talent.
this major retrospective exhibition documents the exceptional and original body of work of a relatively unknown architect working on canada’s west coast through the late modern period. play house ventures through daniel evan white’s mind, hands, and eyes to explore the creative process that transforms the dream home from desire into reality. the exhibition includes stories from clients and contractors, a replica of the máté house built to 1:4 scale, projections, smaller models, 3D computer models, and an area where visitors can get hands on with some of dan’s favourite geometric shapes.
the exhibition is runs from october 16, 2013 to march 23, 2014. an opening reception will take place on wednesday, October 16, 6:30 – 10:00 p.m. at the mov, 1100 chestnut street, vancouver.
it’s finally here, with over 2 years in the making. i am sure not to miss seeing the retrospective on such a local talent.
on wednesday october 16th, is the opening reception. get tickets here.
on thursday november 7th, is the curator’s talk. get tickets here.
on thursday december 5th, is another curator’s talk & tour. get tickets here.
who was daniel evan white? read part 1 of a blog post from the mov website here.
previous post on dan white here, and a video link to the ma house here.