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July 17, 2018 | Rome, Italy
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Using drawings, models and other visual materials, this exhibit focuses on the fundamental role played by Bruno Zevi in Italian postwar architecture, highlighting the importance of the relationship between style and politics. Zevi (1918 -2000), a historian, professor, curator, author, and editor, was a vocal critic of the “classicizing” modern architecture, loathed the Baroque and postmodernism. Works by those who shared his views, including Maurizio Sacripanti, Luigi Pellegrin, Franco Albini, Giovanni Michelucci, Mario Ridolfi and Carlo Mollino are also featured. Hours: Tue-Wed-Thur-Fri-Sun 11am-7pm; Sat 11-10pm. Closed Monday, May1 and December 25.