Britain & Ireland: Contemporary Art + Architecture Handbook

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art-SITES, 2000 - Travel - 266 pages
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Tony Blair's Britain is constantly described with the terms youthful newness and cool. Indeed, the UK has become a vigorous and diverse hub of vanguard art activity. At the forefront are the controversial YBA (Young British Artists) and such virtuoso architects as Norman Foster and Richard Rogers. The Millennium Lottery - an incomparable source of funding for grandiose new exhibition spaces, spectacular building projects and benchmark public sculpture - has also enhanced the scope and character of the arts.

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Britain & Ireland, the second book in the unique travel guide series provided by "Art-Sites," is, in the author's words, "organized geographically to promote walking tours or travel excursions ... Read full review


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