No cualquiera se vuelve loco, esas cosas hay que merecerlas.
Could there ever be a more bizarre choice of name for an architectural movement than Brutalism? How odd that some of the very architects charged with creating working-class housing and public buildings from the mid-1950s to the early-1970s should have been happy to be called Brutalists. It was hardly likely to make them popular. Who, especially among those hit hardest by the brutality of World War II, wanted to live in brutal buildings? […]
Michael Leonard (British, b. 1933), Twisting Torsos, 999. Alkyd-oil on masonite, 99.1 x 80 cm.