Log 40

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This instalment considers the legacy and current status of architectural images from radically different vantages, in Brett Steele’s anecdotal discourse on a 1983 painting by Zaha Hadid, John May’s dissection of ‘architecture after imaging’, and Hana Gründler’s exploration of the ethical implications of drawing borderlines. Also featured, commentary by V. Mitch McEwen on David Adjaye’s National Museum of African American History and Culture, and Elisabetta Terragni on OMA’s Fondazione Prada. Other items include writings on architecture by Hubert Damisch, Mark Foster Gage’s objection to indifference, and observations on public art and preservation in Brooklyn.
Author Cynthia Davidson (editor)
Language English
Published 2017
Binding PBK
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