An exhibition of works selected by a juror from proposals submitted by architects and artists residing within a 600 mile radius of Amarillo, Texas.
BIENNIAL-600: ARCHITECTURE is the seventh in an ongoing series of juried biennial exhibitions exploring specific areas of artistic practice, material, and/or content. Previous biennial exhibition focuses include Drawing (’05), Clay (‘07), Glass (‘09), Figurative Painting(‘11), Printmaking (‘13), and Sculpture (‘15). For the upcoming exhibition in 2017, the AMoA staff and Board of Trustees are excited to offer the museum’s exhibition spaces to architects and artists working at the intersection of art and architecture.
Eligible are: Artworks, objects, designs, actual or imagined projects including renderings, models, drawings, paintings, photographs, sculpture or digital media. Architectural installations or projects that could be sited outdoors will be considered. Proposals can be the result of individual pursuits or collaborative work by a firm, class, or studio.
The AMoA will publish a brochure to document the exhibition.
JUROR: Rand Elliott, FAIA, Elliott + Associates Architects, Oklahoma City
Exhibition overview from museum website