One of the first books in English to present a social and cultural history of early twentieth-century Mexican architecture. It examines the interdependence of modern architecture in Mexico and the pressing sociopolitical and ideological issues of this period, as well as the interchanges between post-revolutionary architects and the literary, philosophical, and artistic avant-gardes.
Pages: 272 pp
Publisher: University of Texas Press.
Publication Place: Austin,
Book Id: 84117
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