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RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London
Celebrated worldwide, Charles Rennie Mackintosh is one of the leading figures of late 19th and early 20th century architecture. Mackintosh Architecture is the first substantial exhibition to be devoted to his architecture and features over 60 original drawings and watercolours, as well as models, films and portraits. Seen together they reveal the evolution of his style from his early apprenticeship to his later projects as an individual architect and designer.
Mackintosh Architecture has been developed in association with The Hunterian, University of Glasgow. It marks the completion of a four-year AHRC-funded research project led by The Hunterian into Mackintosh’s architecture
The exhibition is supported by the Monument Trust and RIBA Patrons.
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