The armies of World War Two represented only the tips of colliding icebergs, the belligerent nations which had mobilized and transformed themselves for a global “war of production” of unprecedented scale. Architecture in Uniform: Designing and Building for the Second World War documents the extensive contribution of architecture to the war between the bombings of Guernica in 1937 and Hiroshima in 1945, and considers how this questioned architectural methods and construction technologies, and lead to the supremacy of modernism.
Curator: Jean-Louis Cohen, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University.
Exhibition design / graphic design: WORKac and Project Projects, New York.
Lecture by Jean-Louis Cohen (in French)
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