“MAKING DOHA 1950-2030” by OMA/AMO + Fatma Al Sehlawi (Atlas Bookstore)

AMO-designed and curated exhibition opens at the National Museum Of Qatar

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展览《创造多哈1950-2030》(Making Doha 1950-2030)于2019年3月28日至8月30日在刚刚落成的卡塔尔国家博物馆(点此查看博物馆项目)举办,旨在探索首都多哈的城市和建筑发展。

To inaugurate its temporary exhibition gallery, the new National Museum of Qatar presents an exploration of the ongoing urban and architectural development of the capital city, Making Doha 1950-2030, on view from 28 March through 30 August 2019.

▼展览现场,Making Doha Exhibition View ©OMA

本次展览由OMA / AMO的雷姆·库哈斯、Samir Bantal,来自Atlas书店的Fatma Al Sehlawi以及卡塔尔当地的研究团队共同策展、OMA/AMO团队负责设计。展览搜集了七十年以来的照片、模型、平面图、文本、电影、口述历史和档案材料,以描绘多哈从有机增长,到更现代和深思熟虑的规划实践的过渡。展览探讨了多哈城市的形成及其建设对全球建筑的影响,共包含“国家的种子”(1950-1971),“现代国家”(1971-1995)“与世界”(1995-2010)以及“目的地卡塔尔”(2010-2030)四个主要章节。

Curated by Rem Koolhaas and Samir Bantal of OMA/AMO and Fatma Al Sehlawi and the Qatar based research team from Atlas Bookstore, and designed by a team from OMA/AMO, Making Doha 1950-2030 brings together seventy years of photographs, models, plans, texts, films, oral histories, and archival materials to chart Doha’s transition from organic growth to more modern and deliberate planning practices. This exhibition examines how the city of Doha was assembled and how its construction affected the global discipline of architecture across four major chapters: Seeds of a Nation (1950–1971), Modern State (1971–1995), And the World (1995–2010), and Destination Qatar (2010–2030).

▼展览平面图,exhibition plan ©OMA

展览的平面以时间轴为依据,分4个部分进行叙事,并将多处重要时刻在观展路线中强调出来。长115米、印有历史图片的幕布环绕整个空间。卡塔尔国家博物馆展览总监 Sheikha Reem Al Thani在评论开幕式时表示:“这一雄心勃勃的新临时展览以充满力量的方式阐述了我们作为现代国家的蓬勃发展,同时也是对整个博物馆发展计划的完美补充。通过此次以建筑为主题的展览,策展团队阐明了如何将先进且以人为本的原则应用到以国家为主导的城市发展当中。”

The floorplan of the exhibition is designed as a timeline, organizing the story into four sections, with key moments punctuating the visitors’ passage along the narrative. A 115-meter-long curtain printed with historical collages lines the edge of the space. Commenting on the opening, Sheikha Reem Al Thani, Director of Exhibitions at Qatar Museums said: “This ambitious new temporary exhibition is a powerful articulation of the development of our modern State, and the perfect addition to a comprehensive and vibrant programme that marks the official opening of the new National Museum of Qatar. With this architectural exhibition, the curatorial team has illustrated how progressive and humanistic principles can be translated into state-led urban developments.

▼长115米、印有历史图片的幕布环绕整个空间, a 115-meter-long curtain printed with historical collages lines the edge of the space ©OMA

“通常,认知曲线最终都会走向平缓,卡塔尔则展示了相反的例子:历经一系列惊人的挑战——新机场、世界杯、奥运会,以及像卡塔尔博物馆和教育城这样的新文化项目——卡塔尔的曲线变得一天比天陡峭。”——雷姆·库哈斯

Rem Koolhaas: “Typically a learning curve eventually flattens out. By relentlessly placing tremendous challenges before itself—a major airport, the World Cup, the Olympics, new cultural institutions like Qatar Museums and Education City—Qatar put itself in a situation where the curve constantly became steeper.”

▼卡塔尔国家图书馆,Qatar National Library, Image by DSL ©OMA

▼HIA机场城,HIA Airport City ©OMA

▼Khalifa体育场效果图,Khalifa Stadium, Architect’s Rendering  ©Qatar Museums

▼多哈Al Wahda拱桥,Al Wahda Arches, Doha – Image by Ashghal‭ ‬Public Works Authority ©Qatar Museums

“本次展览展示了多哈作为现代建筑和城市规划试验场的演变过程。四个展区呈现了多哈不同的领导时期、愿景和协作,中央轴线则以时间为依据,收集了政府在多年来实施的宏大实践。大量的图片和模型首次展示了多哈令人惊叹的建筑履历。”——Samir Bantal

Samir Bantal: “The exhibition shows the evolution of Doha as a test site of modern architecture and urban planning. Four zones represent the periods of leadership, its visions and collaborations, while a central spine collects governmental ambitions through time. A large collection of images and models demonstrates a first attempt of collecting Doha’s impressive architectural resume.”

▼1947年,多哈城市鸟瞰,Doha, 1947 – Centre for GIS, Ministry of Municipality _ Environment, State of Qatar ©Qatar Museums

▼1960年代的多哈机场,Doha Airport, 1960s ©Qatar Museums

▼多哈喜来登酒店建造阶段,Construction of Sheraton Grand Doha ©Qatar Museums

“通过这次展览,Atlas书店的研究团队加快了在记录城市和建筑发展方面的进程。如今我们终于能够以全局性的眼光来讲述一座大都市的故事,包括它未被抹去的历史,以及仍在不断发展且变得更加宜居的现在。我们相信这仅仅是记录城市成长过程的宏大目标的第一步,我们期望有更多观者能够参与进来,使我们收集的资料变得更加丰富。”——Fatma Al Sehlawi

Fatma Al Sehlawi: “Through this exhibition the Atlas Bookstore research team has accelerated its efforts to documenting the urban and architectural formation of the city. We are now able to tell a story of a metropolis put together with care, in which the past has not been erased, and the present is a functioning, livable, whole. We believe this is very much the first stage of a greater project aiming to record the city’s physical growth, and we now anticipate the participation of visitors to enrich this archival collection.”

▼OMA为展览创作的拼贴,collage by OMA ©OMA

《创造多哈1950-2030》(Making Doha 1950-2030)展览由卡塔尔博物馆展览总监Sheikha Reem Al Thani以及卡塔尔国家博物馆馆长Sheikha Amna bint Abulaziz bin Khalifa Al Thani共同监督和管理。Atlas书店团队负责展览内容的开发,团队成员包括:Marsya Abdulghani、Nasser Al Armadi、Fatima Al Hajri、Majid Al Remaihi、Alanood Al Thani、Rawda Al Thani、Ahmed Alony和Markus Elblaus。AMO的设计团队成员包括:Valentin Bansac, Samir Bantal, Yotam Ben-Hur, Sebastian Bernardy, Rem Koolhaas, Annie Schneider和Aleksandr Zinovev。

Making Doha 1950-2030 has been organized under the supervision of Sheikha Reem Al Thani, Director of Exhibitions at Qatar Museums, and Sheikha Amna bint Abulaziz bin Khalifa Al Thani, Director of the National Museum of Qatar. The research team from Atlas Bookstore that developed the exhibition content was Marsya Abdulghani, Nasser Al Armadi, Fatima Al Hajri, Majid Al Remaihi, Alanood Al Thani, Rawda Al Thani, Ahmed Alony, and Markus Elblaus. The AMO design team was Valentin Bansac, Samir Bantal, Yotam Ben-Hur, Sebastian Bernardy, Rem Koolhaas, Annie Schneider and Aleksandr Zinovev.

▼展览模型,models ©OMA

展览时间:2019年3月28日至8月30日
Making Doha is on view at the National Museum of Qatar from 28 March to 30 August 2019.

CREDITS
Curators: Rem Koolhaas, Samir Bantal, OMA/AMO Fatma Al Sehlawi, Atlas Bookstore
Design Team (OMA/AMO): Valentin Bansac, Samir Bantal, Yotam Ben-Hur, Sebastian Bernardy, Rem Koolhaas, Annie Schneider, Aleksandr Zinovev
Research Team (Atlas Bookstore): Marsya Abdulghani, Nasser Al-Amadi, Fatma Al-Sehlawi, Fatima Al-Hajri, Majid Al-Remaihi, Alanood Al-Thani, Rawda Al-Thani, Ahmed Alony, Markus Elblaus
Curtain Advisor: Inside Outside
Printing: PPS Imaging (Curtain), Tripiti (Catalogue), PICO (Signage)
Film & Editing: Laura Cugusi (London) Ahmed Alony and Fatima Al-Hajri (Atlas Bookstore, Doha)

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