A compendium of lectures from the international architecture conference in 2005, Architecture + Art looks at the fertile overlap between two competing (and complementary) disciplines. Published by the Alvar Aalto Academy, the essays explore the history of the border between art and architecture, from Aalto to Gordon Matta-Clark. What role did art play in the history of modern architecture? How did architecture influence art? What's the current state of the balance between the two fields? Illustrated with color photographs and black and white reproductions, with a foreward by Aalto Academy Professor Eeva-Llisa Pelkonen, the thought-provoking essays strive to illuminate the mystery of overlap, from Le Corbusier to Donald Judd. In a world where Frank Gehry claims architecture is art against Richard Serra's wishes, it's refreshing to learn there's more than one viewpoint at the table. The most recent publication from the Academy s forward-thinking conferences held every summer in Finland.
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