Sharjah Architecture Triennial – Watch Nigerian Architect Tosin Oshinowo Take Visitors On A Curator’s Tour

Curated by Nigerian architect, Tosin Oshinowo, The Sharjah Architecture Triennial titled: Beauty of Impermanence: An Architecture of Adaptability – spotlights creative, innovative, and resourceful design solutions born from conditions of scarcity across the Global South, exemplified in the work of 29 participants.

This curator-led tour by Sharjah Architecture Triennial promised to provide an insightful exploration of the exhibition on display to architecture enthusiasts, design professionals, and people who are simply curious about the Triennial. Tour A is going to be on display at the Al Qasimiyah School, the Old Al Jubail Vegetable Market, and the Old Slaughterhouse.

Tosin Oshinowo as tour guide for Sharjah Architecture Triennial.

“The second Sharjah Architecture Triennial is intended as a refreshingly focused architecture and design exhibition, showcasing solutions that have been with us for generations, as well as solutions that are an immediate and measured response to our current constraints with the essential nuanced hybridity urgently required in our urbanized world.”

Tosin Oshinowo (Curator, SAT02)

Accompanying the announcement of the tour, Oshinowo shared a video on her social media page captioned “The Curator’s Tour!” In the footage, she leads viewers through the exhibition, offering insights into the remarkable work of the 29 participants, all in reflection of the curatorial framework.

“I am in Sharjah for a few days, and it’s great to take people around and explain the amazing work from the 29 participants in reflection of the curatorial framework,” Oshinowo expressed in her caption.

For those eager to experience this curated journey, time is of the essence as the exhibition closes on the 10th of March. Don’t miss the opportunity to delve into the intersection of creativity, adaptability, and architectural innovation under the guidance of Tosin Oshinowo, a leading figure in the global architectural scene.

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