Deconstructing the Kimbell: An Essay on Meaning and Architecture

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Sites Books, 1991 - Architecture - 140 pages
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A clear-sighted look at the impact of Derrida and the deconstructionists on contemporary architecture. "A terrific piece. It is a pleasure to read, very perceptive, lucid, and well argued."--Kenneth Frampton "A fine appraisal of a great work of art. The advice here is to skip Derrida and get right to Benedikt."--ABR

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Contents

A In Introduction
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B Derricks Deconstruction through Architecture
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Differance
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About the author (1991)

Michael Les Benedict is professor of history at Ohio State University.

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