Gallery 4Culture Pioneer Square
May 3–31, Mondays–Fridays
Recommended by Joule Zelman
For Robert Hutchison, architecture reflects the course of life and death through "typologies such as dwelling, chapel, lighthouse, and memorial." This view resulted from attempts at communication with his father, who had dementia during the last phase of his life: Hutchison designed a chapel to accompany the winery—also never realized—that he and his dad had once designed. The intricate models and drawings on display here, subtitled "Nine Allegorical Works of Architecture" may not be overtly emotional works of art, but the story behind them emphasizes the love and melancholy behind their construction.