Bringing together over 25 major artists and architects from the second half of the 20th century, the exhibition opens onto urban visions that examined the modern city with a particularly critical eye.
In 1972, Italian art critic Germano Celant coined the term “radical architecture” to describe Superstudio and the Florentine scene. It spread quickly to apply to other European and American artists and architectures, who, like their Italian counterparts, opened up architecture to artistic and conceptual practices. At times quite removed from any constructive end, their projects, developed at a variety of scales, sought to shake up the certitudes of classic modernity and reform the way cities and housing were understood.
Exhibition from 03/02/2019 to 11/09/2019
Opening on Tuesday, 2th, April, 2019