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Bartolomeo Pietromarchi

Art Critic; chief curator Italian National Contemporary Art Museum (MAXXI), Rome (Italy) What cultural dimensional insights can be drawn from the juxtaposition of our contemporary visions of the future with those of the optimistic and utopian visions of the 1950s? How and why are today?s artists appropriating current and ?past future? perspectives of the city?

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2008 Fall Lecture Series "THIS IS TOMORROW: Urban Utopia – Dystopia – Heterotopia'

2008 Fall Lecture Series "THIS IS TOMORROW: Urban Utopia – Dystopia – Heterotopia'

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