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nee oh kla si kuhl

  • s  characteristic of a revival of an earlier classical style

  • Adding a new wing to a neoclassical museum, Holl devised a spectacular update on classicism: an irregular series of volumes that cascade down the museum's lawn and glow from within.
  • So notwithstanding that it trafficks in the kind of neoclassical imagery that was the shared language of representational art in all nations in the 1930s, it sits on the front of a .
  • When you arrive at the dacha's faux-neoclassical gate, you have to leave your car and hop into one of the Kremlin's vehicles that slowly wind their way through a silent forest of .

  • Michael Brand in Art Daily
    Grecian Taste and Roman Spirit brings together objects from across the Getty to illuminate a singular episode in the history of classical archaeology and neoclassical taste,said Michael Brand, director of the J. Paul Getty Museum. "The...
  • Paul Samuelson in New Yorker (blog)
    He-Knight-"really thought that Keynes was the devil," Samuelson recalled. "He didn't believe in God, but he knew a devil when he saw one. He insisted that the old economic system-the neoclassical one worked pretty well, except in the Great...
  • Rem Koolhaas in Bloomberg
    Display cases are a dominant feature and at the Hermitage they range from the neoclassical to the communist periods,Koolhaas said. "Most people tend to look in display cases and not at them."

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