What is Happening to Modern Architecture? A Symposium at the Museum of Modern Art. MUMFORD.

What is Happening to Modern Architecture? A Symposium at the Museum of Modern Art

New York: MOMA, 1948. A symposium featuring leading post-war critics and architects convening to discuss the International Style, the English movement reacting to it, New Empiricism and its American counterpart, the Bay Region school; but instead becoming a discussion between, "...those who spoke in terms of style and standards, and those who denounced all labels and isms as secondary to the problem of production." Participants included Hitchcock, Gropius, George Nelson, Ralph Walker, Breuer, Mumford, Scully, others. MOMA Bulletin, Spring 1948. 23.5 cm; 21 pp.; illustrated from photographs. A very good copy in wrappers. Item #012379

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