In the recent words of artist Vito Acconci, “Architecture exists because nature is dangerous.” This book assumes a similar starting point for examining what constitutes and governs the sensation of pleasure derived from environments... Read More
“Man is like a tree,” the painter Marc Chagall wrote, “his roots lie in the earth of his country. Then the branches may spread out over the whole world.” His art, with its poetic synthesis of his Russian Jewish heritage, was... Read More
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