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The Untimely Timeliness of Swedish Modernism: The Untimely Timeliness of Swedish Modernism

The Untimely Timeliness of Swedish Modernism: The Untimely Timeliness of Swedish Modernism

FromMoMA Talks: Conversations


The Untimely Timeliness of Swedish Modernism: The Untimely Timeliness of Swedish Modernism

FromMoMA Talks: Conversations

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Length:
74 minutes
Released:
Dec 3, 2010
Format:
Podcast Episode

Description

On October 30, 2008, to celebrate MoMA's publication of Modern Swedish Design: Three Founding Texts, Kenneth Frampton, Ware Professor of Architecture at Columbia University, moderated a panel discussion at MoMA on the intellectual background and influence of modern Swedish architecture and design and the critical role of manifestos in architectural discourse. Participants included the coeditors and coauthors of the new publication: Lucy Creagh, architect and PhD candidate at Columbia University; Helena Kåberg, curator at the National Museum of Fine Arts, Stockholm; and Barbara Miller Lane, Emeritus Professor at Bryn Mawr College.
Released:
Dec 3, 2010
Format:
Podcast Episode