La recuperación instrumental de la Historia en el Pre-Columbian Pavilion de Dumbarton Oaks

Ramón Pico Valimaña


doi:10.20868/cn.2017.3604

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Resumen


En el contexto de la revisión crítica de la modernidad arquitectónica que se produjo en los cincuenta Philip Johnson destacó como activo defensor de la recuperación instrumental de la Historia. El pabellón para la ampliación del Museo de Dumbarton Oaks constituye en este sentido una pieza clave, olvidada o temida por la crítica, y en la que su contacto con Mildred Bliss resultaría decisiva. En este trabajo se analiza esta obra y las vicisitudes de su creación.

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Philip Johnson; arquitectura contemporánea; Dumbarton Oaks; Mildred Bliss

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