Next Saturday, at the ESA – Ecole Spécial d’Architecture (254, Bd Raspail, 75014 Paris), Léa-Catherine Szacka will present his researc work on famous 1978 exhibition “Roma Interrotta”.
Léa-Catherine Szacka, (BSC M.ARCH, PhD Candidate, Bartlett School of Architecture
Chargée de recherche, Histoire des expositions au Musée national d’art moderne-Cci/Centre Pompidou), has been invited by the atelier in which we work as assistant teachers with Prof. Luca Galofaro of IAN+. (A new urban dimension: Leisure Time), and is part of a series of lectures which include Prof. Gabriele Mastrigli (architect and critic living in Rome, teacher at Cornell University and Berlage Institut) and Prof. Alberto Iacovoni (Architect, owner of Ma0, living in Rome, director of IED)
Tynan Freeman says
Romaldo Giurgola’s intervention is beautiful – relevant.