Álvaro Siza, awarded the Pritzker Prize in 1992, will visit San Sebastian on the 31st of October to participate in the dialogue ‘Três Igrejas - Three Churches’, one of the activities programmed by the Peña Ganchegui Archive in the framework of the exhibition ‘Hiru Eliza- Three Churches’. The Basque Government through MUGAK and the School of Architecture have also collaborated in the organisation of the show.
The Portuguese architect will talk to Carles Muro, an architecture professor at the Polytechnic University of Milan and the architecture curator of the Serralves Museum in Porto. At the Kursaal, the Portuguese Pritzker winner will show his personal vision of the present religious space through churches such as the ones he built in Marco de Canaveses and Barão de São João, both in Portugal, or the one in the French city of Rennes.
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