Century city: Art and culture in the modern metropolis

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Tate Publishing, 2001 - Art - 295 pages
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Century City explores the relationship between the metropolis and the creation of art. It focuses not only on the traditional twentieth-century art centres of Paris, New York, Vienna, Moscow and London; but also on other intensely creative environments: Bombay/Mumbai, Lagos, Rio de Janeiro and Tokyo

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Contents

Sponsors Foreword
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CENTURY CITY Iwona Blazwick
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BOMBAYMUMBAI19922OO1 Geeta Kapur and Ashish Rajadhyaksha
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Iwona Blazwick is Head of Exhibitions and Display at Tate Modern. Simon Wilson is Communications Editor at the Tate.

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