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The Brutal Truth of saving Twentieth Century Architecture?

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I was quite underwhelmed by the exhibit. First, what an odd location choice. I really think that the exhibit should have been in a modernist building. Yes, I know that EH owns the arch but I think that if we are going to persuade people to value modernism, then we should use modernist buildings. There was some good photography but I think that the presentation was quite weak and lacked content. It all seems like an apology for listing rather than an educational piece. The Twentieth Century Society does a much better job of producing these public education pieces.

Posted date

26 November, 2013

Posted time

3:11 pm

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