Monks and Monkeys #9

9AA.VV., publisher San Rocco, 1° edition, 143 pp., 23 x 17 cm, 2015

“Monks and Monkeys” tries to understand how at a certain point Minimalist architecture won out and became mainstream, and how the sad rhetoric of Minimal Art turned into the grimly asocial monumentality of Minimalist architecture. It also explores how Minimalist architecture turned the stupidity of Minimal Art into a slick, perverted religion.

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