Photographs by Aglaia Konrad. Edited by Christoph Keller, Johan Lagae. Text by Brigitte Franzen, Miles Glendinning.
236 pp., 83 color and 94 black & white illustrations, 9x12¼".
Neither an architectural nor a documentary photographer, Aglaia Konrad focuses a direct gaze on cities like Cairo, Alexandria and Anwar el Sadat, capturing applications of “Modernist” principles in desert architecture. Her photographs spotlight an improbable dialogue between imported models and vernacular elements, constructions and sites, desert and communities, modernity and tradition.
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