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China: Culture, Architecture and Design

Segovia 2013 , 

Zhang Yu, Miguel Ángel Cortés in conversation with Juan Cambiaso

Cultural Bridges

Zhang Yu, president of the multidisciplinary CAEG Foundation, and Miguel Ángel Cortés, trustee of the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia and former Secretary of State of culture of Spain, bring the richness of their insight in this debate about the culture, art and the emergence of China in the international art market. Chaired by Juan Cambiaso, International trustee of the Prado Museum.

Lu Wenyu and Jose María de Churtichaga in conversation with Noelia Sastre

Lu Wenyu, architect and co-founder along with Wang Shu of Amateur

Architecture studio, and Jose María de Curtichaga, architect and vice-dean of IE School of Architecture & Design talk with Noelia Sastre, Life style and Culture writer of GRAZIA magazine. The main topic: architectural challenges and design in this globalization era.

Fang Zhenning and Shao Weiping in conversation with Javier Quintana

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Architecture China 2013 – The 100 Contemporary Projects
Fang Zhenning, architect, international artist and curator of the Chinese Pavillion in the Venetian Architecture Biennale of 2012 Shao Weiping, architect, director of BIAD and president of CHINAASC speak about this exhibition presented in Segovia and Chinese contemporary architecture with Javier Quintana, architect and dean of IE School of Architecture & Design – IE University.

Wang Shu in conversation with Martha Thorne

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Bringing the past and the future of the new architecture in China together
Wang Shu, Chinese architect awarded the Pritzker Architecture Prize 2012 speaks with Martha Thorne, Executive Director of the Pritzker Prize and Vice-dean of Foreign Affairs of the IE School of Architecture and Design.

Co-organised with the Embassy of the People´s Republic of China, the Ministry of Culture of the People’s Republic of China, the Centro Cultural de China en Madrid, CAEG (China arts and entertainment group) and IE University with the colaboration of GRAZIA magazine and the Embassy of the United States in Spain