A&V 39 (1993) Museos de Vanguardia is a theme issue on recent art museum projects and their architectural significance. A&V stands for the Spanish journal Monografías de Arquitectura y Vivienda. The issue has both essays and project presentations. Contributions by Rosalind Krauss, John Richardson, Estrella de Diego, and Maurice Besset. Project presentations include, to name a few, the Guggenheim Museum in Salzburg by Hans Hollein, Art Gallery and Exhibition Hall in Bonn by Gustav Peichl, Temporary Exhibition Hall in Rotterdam by Rem Koolhaas / OMA; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art by Mario Botta, Goetz Collection in Muhich by Herzog & De Meuron, and much more.
The text is in Spanish and English. The book is lavishly illustrated with photographs, architectural drawings, and art images.
Our copy in stock is in good condition. The pages are clean, no markings. The glueing of the binding is firm. The covers show signs of some edge wear and some traces of shelf wear and use.