Art Museum architectural landmark building and Medical research building modern construction design

Oct 16, 2019

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John Curtin School of Medical Research

John Curtin School of Medical Research is the Australian Multidisciplinary Transitional Medical Research Institute and Postgraduate Education Center which makes part of Australian National University in Canberra. The school was founded in 1948 by the Nobel laureate Sir Howard Florey's view and was named as Prime Minister John, who died in office a few years ago. In addition to Phosphi, Sir and Peter Doherty AC, FRS and Rolf M. Zinkernagel was the Nobel Laureate as a result of research conducted in JSCR. Other notable researchers include Gordon Ada AO, FAA, Frank Fenner AC, CMG, MBE,FRS, FAA, and Sir Hugh Ennor CBE. Director of School Professor Simon is in the foote.

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Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art

Museum of Modern Art is an Art Museum located in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, on the 53rd Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. MoMA plays a major role in developing and combining modernist art, and is known as one of the largest and most influential museums in the world's modern art. The MoMA's collection features an overview of modern and contemporary art, including architecture and design, painting, painting, sculpture, photography, print, illustrated books and artists' books, film and electronic media. The MoMA's Library includes about 300,000 books and exhibit lists, 1,000 magazine titles, and more than 40,000 ephemera files for individual artists and groups. The archives are the primary source material related to modern and contemporary art history.

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Kunsthaus

Kunsthaus Graz, Grazer Kunsthaus, or Graz Art Museum was created in 2003 as part of the European Capital of Culture celebrations, and since then it has become an architectural landmark in Austria's Graz. Its exhibition program has been specializing in contemporary art since the 1960s. Kunsthaus Graz was designed by Colin Fournier as a partner-in-charge with Sir Peter Cook. According to the Bartlett School of Architecture at University College London, Kunsthaus' design intends to be deliberately provocative, researching the museum design by offering a less "organizational" approach to planning exhibition spaces and employing new materials and manufacturing technologies.