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Postmodernism

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CultureCritic: The five best postmodern buildings in the UK

As the Postmodernism: Style and Subversion exhibition opens at the V&A Museum, A&AJ Press was invited by leading arts information source CultureCritic to select the best five best postmodern buildings in the UK. A&AJ chose architecture  by Ian Pollard, FAT, Will Alsop, Branson Coates, Terry Farrell, and CZWG. Ian Pollard Architects – Homebase, Kensington
(1988). 195 Warwick Road, London CZWG … Continue reading

Postmodernism – Style and Subversion 1970-1990. V&A, London. 24/09/2011 – 15/01/2012

Postmodernism shattered established ideas about style. It brought a radical freedom to art and design, through gestures that were often funny, sometimes confrontational and occasionally absurd. Of all movements in art and design history, Postmodernism was an unstable mix of the theatrical and theoretical, a multifaceted style that ranged from the colourful to the ruinous, the … Continue reading