The Avery Review  is an online journal dedicated to thinking about books, buildings, and other architectural media, produced by the Office of Publications at Columbia University's GSAPP. Join the Review's editors and contributors to celebrate the release of its first print issue, a special Chicago-themed edition, with a public reception held in the CAB Bookshop on the ground floor of the Cultural Center.

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The Avery Review: Chicago includes original contributions from Alissa Anderson, Sarah Dunn and Martin Felsen, Sam Jacob, Thomas Kelley, Jimenez Lai, Todd Palmer, Cassie Fennell and Daniel Tucker, and Sarah Whiting, that address the historic imagination of the city and possibilities for its contemporary urban landscape. Also included are selected pieces from the Avery Review’s first year of publication by Amale Andraos, Peggy Deamer, James Graham, Leah Meisterlin, and McKenzie Wark. Together these texts claim the critical essay as a space in which to test one’s own intellectual commitments, entering and advancing a conversation about the pasts and futures of architectural thought.