Program: Sunday, October 20, 2019, 9pm - Book launch at Bar Laika: The Museum Is Not Enough, with the Canadian Centre for Architecture
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Sunday, October 20, 2019, 9pm          Bar Laika by e-flux, 224 Greene Avenue, New York, NY 11238, USA

Book launch at Bar Laika: The Museum Is Not Enough, with the Canadian Centre for Architecture

The Museum Is Not Enoughpublished by Canadian Centre for Architecture and Sternberg Press

Join the Canadian Centre for Architecture at Bar Laika on Sunday, October 20, 9pm in launching their new book, The Museum Is Not Enough, published by CCA and Sternberg Press.

The Museum Is Not Enough is the result of collective reflections on architecture, contemporary social concerns, institutions, and the public undertaken by the CCA in recent years. Fueled by the CCA’s continued questioning of the role of cultural institutions and the issues they face today, The Museum Is Not Enough initiates conversations with accomplices who ask themselves similar questions, including Stefano Graziani, Wilfried Kuehn, Kalle Lasn, Maria Lind, Kieran Long, Mike Pepi, Filippo Romano, Bernd Scherer, James Voorhies, and Mark Wigley. It is edited by Giovanna Borasi, Albert Ferré, Francesco Garutti, Jayne Kelley, and Mirko Zardini, and is designed by Jonathan Hares.

For more information, contact laika [​at​] e-flux.com.

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