May 2013

Oscar Niemeyer

Josiah McElheny

JOSIAH McELHENY  There is no form without politics, just as there is no form without context; one finds the politics in the way form is embedded in its context. —Martin Beck  SINCE THE END OF THE GERMAN REVOLUTION IN 1923—the failure of which led Walter Gropius and many of the artists and architects of the former Berlin “Art Soviet” to renounce their dreams of an …

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