Professor of Modern Art and chair of the Department of History of Art and Architecture at Harvard University.
What does A&A stand for?
A&A stands for Art and Architecture
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- Above and Beyond
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Contemporary art and architecture are again recognizing the sensuality and eroticism of matter.
It also depended on the more forward-looking principles that modern art and architecture must be responsive to the needs of the modern industrial world and that good designs must pass the test of both aesthetic standards and sound engineering.
We need works of art and architecture to defend the autonomy of emotional response.
During the early part of the twentieth century, avant-garde art and architecture found common cause in the socialist movements (and the reaction to them) that defined the politics of the era.
As a practicing architect, I was of course struck by how this exhibition signals the increasing convergence of art and architecture.
Resisting the traditional appellations of "modernist," "postmodernist," or "late modernist," applied by critics and art historians to the art and architecture of the last fifty years, Gehry's work seems to beg another kind of framing, another category indeed, that will enable us to establish reference points for its interpretation.