"Steven Holl: Making Architecture" at the Bellevue Arts Museum closes this weekend. If you’re in the Seattle area, don’t miss this rare opportunity to appreciate the exhibition in a building designed by SHA. Reservations are requried at .
Clair Enlow writes for "" on the building and exhibition: "For many years, the museum building itself was the sole artwork on permanent display. It was designed around the concept of impermanence, where art is reproduced for display or simply projected on walls and arrayed on the floor . . . Like many of Holl's buildings, BAM is an uncanny vessel for contemplating the nature and uses of all the psaces we inhabit."
photography of building courtesy of Paul Warchol
photography of exhibition courtesy of Bellevue Arts Museum