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Video: Pablo Bronstein at Frieze

by Pablo Bronstein on 15 October 2006

Pablo Bronstein continues his investigations into the style that critics brayed at and the style conscious noughties urbanites forgot: post-modern architecture. Developing the invitation from Frieze Projects curator Polly Staple to create some sort of tour-based work to happen in or around the fair in London's Regent's Park, Bronstein decided to provide a geographical extension of visitor's experience by taking people on a bus tour of the city. Hiring a coach and fully embracing the role of tour guide, Bronstein crafted a route and an engaging argument about the relative value of post modern architecture to the landscape, development and perception of London today. Put down your Eames coffee-table reader, and go celebrate the decadent pretensions of London's boom town facades.

Pablo Bronstein continues his investigations into the style that critics brayed at and the style conscious noughties urbanites forgot: post-modern architecture. Developing the invitation from Frieze Projects curator Polly Staple to create some sort of tour-based work to happen in or around the fair in London's Regent's Park, Bronstein decided to provide a geographical extension of visitor's experience by taking people on a bus tour of the city. Hiring a coach and fully embracing the role of tour guide, Bronstein crafted a route and an engaging argument about the relative value of post modern architecture to the landscape, development and perception of London today. Put down your Eames coffee-table reader, and go celebrate the decadent pretensions of London's boom town facades.

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