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Second world postmodernisms : architecture and society under late socialism

Author: Vladimir Kulić
Publisher: London ; New York : Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2019.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Vladimir Kulić
ISBN: 9781350014442 1350014443
OCLC Number: 1043052969
Description: xi, 254 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The retro problem : modernism and postmodernism in the USSR / Richard Anderson --
Humanizing the living environment and the late socialist theory of architecture / Maroš Krivý --
The discontents of socialist modernity and the return of the ornament : the Tulip Debate and the rise of organic architecture in post-war Hungary / Virág Molnár --
An architect's library : printed matter and PO-MO ideas in Belgrade in the 1980s / Ljiljana Blagojević --
Bogdan Bogdanović's surrealist postmodernism / Vladimir Kulić --
One size fits all : appropriating postmodernism in the architecture of late socialist Poland / Lidia Klein and Alicja Gzowska --
Werewolves on Cattle Street : Estonian collective farms and postmodern architecture / Andres Kurg --
Incomplete postmodernism : the rise and fall of Utopia in Cuba / Fredo Rivera --
Anti-architectures of self-incurred immaturity : a house-spirit in a Plattenbau / Alla Vronskaya --
Cultural feedback loops of late socialism : appropriation and transformation of postmodern tropes for Uran and Crystal in Česká Lípa / Ana Miljački --
Mobilities of architecture in the late Cold War : from socialist Poland to Kuwait, and back / Łukasz Stanek --
East-east architectural transfers and the afterlife of socialist postmodernism in Japan / Max Hirsh --
Expanding architectural discourse in early reform-era China, 1978-89 / Cole Roskam --
Postscript : A postmodernist international? / Reinhold Martin.
Responsibility: edited by Vladimir Kulić.

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