Las Vegas evolution featured at the Van Abbemuseum / by Stefan Al

Stefan Al and renowned landscape architect Jerry van Eyck have collaborated on a Las Vegas exhibit at the Van Abbemuseum in Einhoven, The Netherlands. The display is part of Who Owns The Street?, a reference to the legendary 1972 exhibit The Street, which questioned the changing nature of public space.

The exhibit features Ed Ruscha-style elevations of the Strip done by Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown in 1968, compared to 2015, composed by Al's team.  It also includes a video of a drive-through experience in 1972, versus one today.  Plus it features Van Eyck's design for the first park on the Las Vegas Strip. 

The exhibit will last from 20 February 2016 until 30 April 2017.

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