Log 24 | Winter-Spring 2012 | Architecture Criticism

Contents: Ioanna Angelidou, Metabolism and After: A Correspondence with Hajime Yatsuka; Craig Buckley, Never Demolish: Bois-le-Prêtre Regrows in Paris; Evan Chakroff, Recasting History: The Ningbo Historic Museum; Tom Daniell, The Return of the Repressed; Tina Di Carlo, Postmodern Modernism; Luis Fernández-Galiano, Just what is it that makes Herzog & de Meuron’s CaixaForum so different, so appealing?; Todd Gannon, Of Raspberries, Rawhide, and Rhetoric; Palmyra Geraki, A Building’s Building: The New Acropolis Museum; Charles Jencks, Contextual Counterpoint in Architecture
Preview the article; Jeffrey Kipnis, Location Location Location – or, for whom they built holes; Sylvia Lavin, Tenderness; Michael Lindgren, Dwight Macdonald and the Idea of Cultural Criticism; Gabrielle Mastrigli, The Theater of the City: The Museum of XXIst Century Arts; John McMorrough, MOS Movies, or the Phantasmagoria of Discipline; Ken Tadashi Oshima, Metabolist Trajectories; Gerhard Richter, Study for Glass Wall (recto and verso); Ingeborg M. Rocker, On Distortions: An Interview with Preston Scott Cohen; Daniel Sherer, The Historicity of the Modern; Anthony Vidler, Up Against the Wall: Colin Rowe at La Tourette.

New York, 2012, 16 x 24cm, 160pp, illustrated, paperback.

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