At London’s Barbican Art Gallery, discover the inner workings of one of the most influential architecture practices working today. OMA, co-founded by Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas, is known for daring ideas, extraordinary buildings and an enduring fascination with the rapid pulse of modern life. This is the first major presentation of OMA’s work in the UK and is guest-curated by Brussels-based collective Rotor, who were responsible for the brilliant Belgian Pavillion at the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale. They have selected a wide range of materials, documentation, images and models, which bring fresh prespectives to OMA’s built and unbuilt projects and conceptual work, showing the struggles that led to the creation of these remarkable buildings.
OMA/Progress is on until February 19 2012www.barbican.org.uk