This month marks the opening of the first major exhibition in Tokyo dedicated to Pritzker Prize-winning architect Tange Kenzo (1913–2005), whose designs combining traditional Japanese and modernist forms has had a profound influence on architecture in Japan and abroad.
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This week, graduates of World Monuments Fund’s (WMF) Bridge to Crafts Careers (B2CC) program at The Woodlawn Cemetery & Conservancy in the Bronx brought their stonemasonry skills to rehabilitating damaged grave markers at the African-American Cemetery in Rye, NY.
Digital Event Brings Together Dr. Omar Sharifi, Rory Stewart, and Shoshana Stewart To Discuss Future of Heritage After the Withdrawal of U.S. Troops
Award Celebrates Pioneering Approaches to Preserving Modern Architecture
World Monuments Fund (WMF) leads campaign to revitalize Old City of Ta’izz
World Monuments Fund (WMF) is proud to announce its membership with the Climate Heritage Network (CHN), a group of arts, cultural, and heritage organizations dedicated to aiding communities in tackling climate change and achieving the ambitions of the 2015 Paris Agreement.
The Mosul Cultural Museum in Iraq—both the building and its collection—suffered tremendous damage at the hands of Daesh.
Digital Offerings Unpack Issues in the Heritage Field Today and Transport Audiences to Extraordinary Cultural Sites
2022 World Monuments Watch to Drive Worldwide Action Around Climate Change, Underrepresented Heritage, and Imbalanced Tourism at Cultural Sites
New York, NY – World Monuments Fund (WMF) calls for the Indian Institute of Management – Ahmedabad (IIM-A) to reevaluate the partial demolition of the visionary building complex designed by architect Louis Kahn.