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The great architect rebellion of 2014

from New Republic

The Venice Biennale, which opened in 
June and runs until late November, is probably in terms of floor-area coverage, and probably also in dollars expended, the largest architecture show on Earth. Indeed, maybe the greatest too. Every other year, this exhibition takes over most of this legendary city's Arsenale, a historic complex of shipyards and armories, and the adjacent Napoleonic-era public gardens known as the Giardini — an area about one-fifth the size of Monaco. This year's Biennale promised to be especially interesting, and likely provocative, because its curator is the laconically charismatic Rem Koolhaas. more


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