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ty cole documents brutalist buildings' allure and aggressiveness

ty cole's ongoing series of photographs documenting brutalism peers into a movement increasingly under attack, and seeks to take a closer look at both its allure and aggressiveness.

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10 Iconic Brutalist Buildings in Latin America

This article was originally published by KatariMag, a blog that explores the history of contemporary culture in its most sophisticated and fresh...

ty cole documents the allure and aggressiveness of brutalist buildings

ty cole documents brutalist buildings' allure and aggressiveness

ty cole's ongoing series of photographs documenting brutalism peers into a movement increasingly under attack, and seeks to take a closer look at both its allure and aggressiveness.

The Bizarre Brutalist Church that Is More Art than Architecture

The Bizarre Brutalist Church that Is More Art than Architecture

Located on a hill in Mauer-Vienna, the Wotruba Church was the culmination of sculptor Fritz Wotruba’s life and career.

dispokino: Expo 64 pics from Schweizerische Polierzeitung

Expo 64 pics from Schweizerische Polierzeitung

Pictures from articles about the Swiss National Exhibition of 1964 in Lausanne from Sch...

New Map Celebrates Paris’ Brutalist Architecture

New Map Celebrates Paris’ Brutalist Architecture

Adding to its regular releases of city guide maps, London-based publisher Blue Crow Media has now produced the Brutalist Paris Map, in collaboration...

Gallery of Experience the "Brutal Faith" of Gottfried Böhm's Pilgrimage Church in Neviges - 5

Gallery of Experience the "Brutal Faith" of Gottfried Böhm's Pilgrimage Church in Neviges - 5

Image 5 of 24 from gallery of Experience the "Brutal Faith" of Gottfried Böhm's Pilgrimage Church in Neviges. Photograph by Laurian Ghinitoiu

Bernat Klein Studio, High Sunderland near Selkirk, 1972, Peter Womersley Photo: Simon Phipps

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Bernat Klein Studio, High Sunderland near Selkirk, 1972, Peter Womersley Photo: Simon Phipps

Branch Hill Estate 11, Spedan Close, Camden, Benson and Forsyth, London Borough of Camden’s Architect’s Department, 1974-1976 Photo: Simon Phipps

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Branch Hill Estate 11, Spedan Close, Camden, Benson and Forsyth, London Borough of Camden’s Architect’s Department, 1974-1976 Photo: Simon Phipps

'' It depicts imposing Brutalist structures and bombed-out tower blocks emerging from the sand like concrete space stations '' -  CNN

'' A cloaked figure crests an ever shifting dune Concrete, steel and absence greet him A non existent breeze carries obscure greetings to the ear  Or are they warnings  Optical shifts and light fractures accompany each step Look east / Look west / Look at the past North is the forgone conclusion  Vertical and deeply embedded structures get closer and closer Complexity of shadows and space deepen Peripheral vision is now an inducer of paranoia and wild thought  Grains of sand shout with…

ty cole brutalism

ty cole documents brutalist buildings' allure and aggressiveness

ty cole's ongoing series of photographs documenting brutalism peers into a movement increasingly under attack, and seeks to take a closer look at both its allure and aggressiveness.

Cortesía de Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos, fotografía por Guillermo Zamora

10 Iconic Brutalist Buildings in Latin America

This article was originally published by KatariMag, a blog that explores the history of contemporary culture in its most sophisticated and fresh...

“We are the dead. Our only true life is in the future. We shall take part in it as handfuls of dust and splinters of bone. But how far away that future may be, there is no knowing.”      ―  George Orwell, 1984    A future of failed utopic landscapes features in artist  Pouria Khojastehpay ’s newest photography series, named  KADINGIRRA  after the Sumerian name for Babylon.  As robed men roam the architectural remains of a city, they watch towering tributes to man’s power – ...