where art meets space


Architecture for Art (AforA) is brings together artists, architects, photographers, film-makers, writers, museum goers, and all who share a burning passion for art, architecture, design, and the natural landscape.  Our aim is to inspire and connect lovers of art and architecture from around the world in order to create an affective - and effective - role for architecture at a crossroads with the arts.

Architecture for Art offers:

Exhibitions about, into, across - Architecture, Art, Design, and Nature

Documentaries with leading artists, architects, curators and collectors

Cultural Events, talks, and panel discussions on art and space

Contact Liane Torre Nouri at: 


Katya Gardea Browne

Three New Films

Katya is an artist who started with AforA many years ago. Throughout the years she has traveled from Mexico City to Berlin exhibiting her work around the globe. 

Katya has given AforA exclusive rights to show her latest films here on our home page.  We are grateful for her support of AforA throughout the years and are honored to post her latest films.


A film by Sarah Miller

Sarah Miller, our Director of Video Production, has created a beautiful film on Kathleen Jacob’s installation  titled “CLEARING”. 

The film will be posted here shortly.

Coming Soon

Kathleen Jacobs

The China Show


Saturday, Sep 21st


5 - 7

presented by

25 Railroad St

Gt. Barrington, MA 01230



Film Review

Several months ago our friend, architect, Andrew MacNair invited AforA to submit one of our films to his new venture called EZUFF, ELVIS ZAPP URBAN FILM FESTIVAL, elviszappurbanfilmfestival.com. We were asked to take our twenty two minute film on  The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art addition (The Bloch Building), and edit it down to three minutes.  The film is called   “Walk the Bloch with Steven Holl”

We did so, and sent it to Andrew for his opening debut of EZUFF.  Andrew sweetly sent AforA a review of EZUFF this week and we were pleased to read that they spoke of “Walk the Bloch with Steven Holl.

We congratulate Andrew and his colleagues for making a film festival devoted to questions of cinema, urban architecture and space.

Here is a link to the review.


Kathleen Jacobs will be having an opening of her new work titled The China Show at  Isha Nelson Gallery in Great Barrington Ma. Several pieces in the upcoming show were paintings from CLEARING. It is a chance to see the final output of her work from her tree installation to stretched canvases in a gallery.

Below is the invitation. Please join Kathleen and Isha Nelson in celebrating the opening of The China Show.