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Is MoMA’s First Latin American Architectural Survey in 60 Years Too Little Too Late?
An expansive exhibition at MoMA reflects on Latin America’s Modernist legacy. Does it do the region justice?
“Radical Cities” Finds Radical Alternatives in Slums, Exurbs, and Enclaves
An appraisal of Justin McGuirk's travelogue through Latin America celebrates both ingenious bottom-up urban strategies and collaborative, top-down architectural design.
The Future Was Latin America: Barry Bergdoll on the Region’s Legacy of Visionary Modern Architecture
MoMA curator Barry Bergdoll on the goals of the museum's latest exhibition, "Latin America in Construction: Architecture 1955–1980," and how the region was a "place of origins for ideas"