Prisoners of museum

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Springer, 2001 - Architecture - 66 pages
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Lafranchi looks at museums and their effects on the production of art and sees a prison, unchanged in over two hundred years, where critical ideas have been locked away by generations of directors, curators, and scholars, jealously guarding a canonized version of the evolution of art. In Prisoners of Museum, Lafranchi offers an up-to-date critique on the role of the museums in contemporary culture.

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GUY LAFRANCHI, born in 1966, studied architecture at the ETH, Zurich. Own office in Bern since 1996. Lectures at the Bartlett School of Architecture in London, the Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI) in Rotterdam, the Technical University, Berlin, and the Technical University of Lund, Sweden. Co-founder of RIEA.ch.