Chandigarh Redux

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Chandigarh, built in the 1950s to a scheme by Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret with their team of international and Indianarchitects, until the present day is regarded an icon of modernist urban design.

Austrian artist Werner Feiersinger has recently travelled to the legendary capital of India's federal state Punjab. Inspired by Ernst Scheidegger's book Chandigarh 1956, he has put together a vast pictorial account of the city's famous architecture today.

 

This new book features some 300 of Feiersinger's photographs. With the artist's view and based on his own creative experience as a sculptor, he shows the expressive sculptural qualities of the buildings. He captures the vivid atmosphere andvirtuosity of the place, and illustrates its continuous topicality.

Author/Artist/Designer

Martin & Werner Feiersinger

Pages

416

Dimensions

24.3 x 16.3cm

ISBN

9783858817624

Product code

167878

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About the exhibition
A building and palm trees

Tropical Modernism: Architecture and Independence

Tropical Modernism was an architectural style developed in the hot, humid conditions of West Africa in the 1940s. After independence, India and Ghana adopted the style as a symbol of modernity and progressiveness, distinct from colonial culture.

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