Modern Forms: A Subjective Analysis of 20th Centure Architecture Nicholas Grospierre

30 April – 28 May 2016

AA School of Architecture

At once a reference work and a personal exploration of modernist architecture, this fascinating collection of Nicolas Grospierre’s photographs covers structures built between 1920 and 1989 in Europe, North and South America, the Middle East and Asia. These images are derived from Grospierre’s popular blog, A Subjective Atlas of Modern Architecture – an ongoing project which records an extensive range of buildings, such as the iconic Gateway Arch in Saint Louis and the Ukrainian Institute of Scientific Research and Development in Kiev, to little-known structures such as the Balneological Hospital in Druskininkai or Oscar Niemeyer’s unfinished International Fair Grounds in Tripoli.




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