Uneternal City: Urbanism Beyond Rome : Section of the 11th International Architecture Exhibition : 11. Mostra Internazionale Di Architettura, la Biennale Di Venezia

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Aaron Betsky
Marsilio, 2008 - Architecture - 269 pages
Uneternalcity is a multiplicity of projects performed by a dozen architects from around the world, some of them local, some from far away, that provoke a revelation of what Rome is and always has been, and what Rome has become and continually is becoming. If it is possible to figure it out and to re-imagine and reimage Rome the way it appears in our mind’s eye when we think of city, then we can make sense of any post-city urban landscape that is our new home in the world.

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Aaron Betsky was curator of Architecture, Design and Digital Projects at the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco. In 2006 he became director of the Art Museum in Cincinnatti, and in 2008, he was the Director of the Venice Architecture Biennale.

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