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Francisco Salamone : cine y eugenesia en la obra pública bonaerense

Author: Ignacio Juan Ruffa; Francisco Salamone
Publisher: Buenos Aires : Sociedad Central de Arquitectos : Diseño, 2013.
Series: Personajes del Siglo XX en la arquitectura y el diseño, 2.
Edition/Format:   Print book : SpanishView all editions and formats
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Between 1936 and 1940, coinciding with Manuel Fresco, the Governor of the city of Buenos Aires, architect Francisco Salamone built more than 60 works in programs that included municipal halls, slaughterhouses, portals, cemeteries and public squares. The work of Salamona is strongly linked to Manuel Fresco, a hygienist doctor of fascist ideas who would be his patron. "Young historian Juan Ignacio Ruffa proposes an  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Named Person: Francisco Salamone; Francisco Salamone
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ignacio Juan Ruffa; Francisco Salamone
ISBN: 9789873607202 987360720X
OCLC Number: 900634566
Description: 186 pages : illustrations, plans ; 21 cm.
Contents: Prólogo / Julio Valentino --
Introducción --
Su formación --
Ideas políticas (1936-1940) --
Eugenesia bonaerense --
Del arribo de la arquitectura moderna a su utilización en la obra pública --
"Influencias artísticas" --
Hollywood y la arquitectura como escenografía --
El caso Metrópolis --
Vanguardias, art déco y arquitectura moderna --
Del cubismo al futurismo --
"La arquitectura de Salamone" --
Mataderos municipales --
Cementerios --
Palacios y delegacioners municipales --
Plazas, parques y equipamiento --
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Series Title: Personajes del Siglo XX en la arquitectura y el diseño, 2.
Other Titles: Cine y eugenesia en la obra pública bonaerense
Responsibility: Juan Ignacio Ruffa.

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Between 1936 and 1940, coinciding with Manuel Fresco, the Governor of the city of Buenos Aires, architect Francisco Salamone built more than 60 works in programs that included municipal halls, slaughterhouses, portals, cemeteries and public squares. The work of Salamona is strongly linked to Manuel Fresco, a hygienist doctor of fascist ideas who would be his patron. "Young historian Juan Ignacio Ruffa proposes an interesting and innovative reinterpretation, placing emphasis on passion for cinema Salamone and eugenics theories of Fresco, determining elements for the critical analysis of this phenomenon.ʺ (Our translation)Verso Cover.

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