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Spain can’t afford the other Guggenheim. Giles Tremlett. The Guardian 4 October 2011

Its one thing to build beautiful iconic landmark arts centres but something else to keep them open. Spanish cities, in particular, have used architecture as a symbol of urban ambition. Expo ’92 Seville featured 100 architectural pavilions; the reconstruction of Barcelona for the 1992 Olympics resulted in the Santiago Calatrava designed Montjuic Telecommunications Tower; the … Continue reading