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Andrew Mead


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    Cartographer of a Lost World: Charles Marville's ParisSubscription

    4 June, 2014

    A choice selection of Charles Marville’s photographs, documenting a pre-Haussmann Paris, capture with startling clarity a city on the brink of modernity

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    Green and Unpleasant: The Grim Romance of Moscow's SuburbsSubscription

    9 April, 2014

    In capturing remorseless and dystopian landscapes, Alexander Gronsky’s Pastoral unveils the fine line between the charm of the unkempt and the resolutely trashed

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    A book on the changing landscape of EssexSubscription

    31 January, 2014Comments (1)

    The New English Landscape by Jason Orton and Ken Worpole.

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    The Arctic Tundra as ArchitectureSubscription

    24 December, 2013

    Andrew Mead reviews an exhibition focusing on ‘The last Imaginary Place’, looking at the Arctic as a place of architecture and habitation

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    The secret photography of Le CorbusierSubscription

    31 October, 2013Comments (2)

    The photography of the architect who claimed to not believe in cameras is beguiling and revealing


    Bohemian RhapsodySubscription

    12 July, 2013

    A mosaic of surrealist juxtapositions haunt the capital of Bohemia over the first half of the Twentieth Century

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    Snapshots of SwitzerlandSubscription

    24 June, 2013

    At a turning point in the role of architectural photography, the work of the Swiss is put into focus


    Cultural CrucibleSubscription

    26 March, 2013

    Tracking the transformation of Berlin up to the second World War, Metropolis Berlin 1880–1940 is a rich, detailed anthology of the city’s changing built environment

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    White Out: Rotor installation in Ghent, Belgium Subscription

    17 December, 2012

    A smear of paint transforms former bunkers on Ghent’s docks into a sequence of public spaces − and also into a critique of regeneration

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    View from GenkSubscription

    23 October, 2012

    The post-industrial city of Genk drew on its mining heritage to stage the biennial art exhibition Manifesta

All by Andrew Mead