Lucia Allais

  • “Zevi’s Architects: History and Counter-History from Postwar to the End of the 20th Century”

    This exhibition revisits the work of the Italian architectural writer Bruno Zevi and, through his eyes, some lesser-known corners of postwar Italian architecture and discourse. Internationally, Zevi is known as a popularizer of Frank Lloyd Wright and an advocate for “organicism.” In Italy, he was for decades a ubiquitous and unapologetic (sometimes grating) critical voice near to saturating the media with a newspaper column, a television show, a journal, a professorship, numerous books, and a government position. Curators Jean-Louis Cohen and Pippo