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Megalomania: Too Much is Never Enough.
Tretiack, Philippe.
Megalomania: Too Much is Never Enough.
A phenomenon as old as humanity, megalomania has become, now more than ever, an attitude reflective of our contemporary culture. It reveals a universal desire: to be noticed and unique, political and dangerous. In this book, Philippe Tretiack casts his humorous and scathing eye over a gallery of megalomaniacs who push the envelope, paying alarmed homage to these high priests of excess and their dazzling displays of eccentricity.

Category: Architecture, History & Theory
Binding: Cl.
Pages: 142 pp
Publisher: Editions Assouline.
Year: 2008
Publication Place: New York,
ISBN: 9782843238949
Book Id: 71781

Price: $50.00

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