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The 1996 architecture biennale: the unfulfilled promise of Hans Hollein's exhibition concept

(2012) OASE (DELFT). p.54-60
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Despite its faint historical afterimage and its mystifying rhetoric about the individual architect as seismograph, the Venice architecture biennale of 1996 is worth reconsidering. This article argues that the exhibition's premise that architecture culture is marked by a growing individualisation remains relevant. It evaluates the no less problematic translation of this sharp observation into concrete decisions concerning the selection and presentation of 'individual positions' in this biennale.
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architectuurbiënnale Venetië, Hans Hollein, tentoonstelling, auteurschap

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Liefooghe, Maarten. 2012. “The 1996 Architecture Biennale: The Unfulfilled Promise of Hans Hollein’s Exhibition Concept.” Ed. Véronique Patteeuw, Tom Vandeputte, and Christophe Van Gerrewey. Oase (delft) (88): 54–60.
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Liefooghe, M. (2012). The 1996 architecture biennale: the unfulfilled promise of Hans Hollein’s exhibition concept. (V. Patteeuw, T. Vandeputte, & C. Van Gerrewey, Eds.)OASE (DELFT), (88), 54–60.
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Liefooghe M. The 1996 architecture biennale: the unfulfilled promise of Hans Hollein’s exhibition concept. Patteeuw V, Vandeputte T, Van Gerrewey C, editors. OASE (DELFT). 2012;(88):54–60.
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Liefooghe, Maarten. “The 1996 Architecture Biennale: The Unfulfilled Promise of Hans Hollein’s Exhibition Concept.” Ed. Véronique Patteeuw, Tom Vandeputte, & Christophe Van Gerrewey. OASE (DELFT) 88 (2012): 54–60. Print.
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