In Situ: Architecture and Landscape, curated by Andres Lepik and Margot Weller, presented drawings and models on that theme drawn from the museum's collection. Modest in scope and concise in its selections, the exhibition displayed an assembly of often intriguing surrogates unburdened by a strong curatorial perspective. Sweeping and somewhat inconclusive, the introductory text conflated the idea of site with that of landscape. The primary insights were found in the projects themselves and the informative labels focused on identification, description, and provenance.

Many of the projects were well known, although not necessarily by these particular representations. Erik Gunnar Asplund's celebrated Woodland Cemetery, for example, appeared in plans and elevations from the middle of the final period of design, between 1935 and 1940. These drawings——unlike a number of others in the exhibition——are not show pieces intended to sell or dazzle, but...

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