Common Ground. A Critical Reader

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pp. 334 con 111 ill. a col. e b/n, 1° ed.
978-88-317-1435-8
An analytical insight on the Biennale exhibition main themes. The critical companion to the Biennale catalogue, this book presents a series of richly illustrated essays that through a general overview of the exhibition’s contents, helps to understand the Common Ground event. The list of authors features many great luminaries of architectural and cultural writing as well as daily reporters and journalists used to converse with the public in broadsheet newspapers and consumer journals. By elucidating some of the underlying concerns of the exhibition, the book seeks to strenghten the ties to the Biennale by adding short, often visually led pieces directly related to Common Ground. For this reason, the book is destined to have a broad and enduring influence on architectural and cultural writing.