Art in America, Architectural Light by Barbara Kasten

Excerpt from Art in America article Architectural Light written by Barbara Kasten January 9, 2015

“For two years in the mid-1960s, when I was just out of college and ready to see the world, I lived and worked in various cities in Germany. It was my first time in Europe, and I was impressed by a culture that was steeped in tradition and history in a way that was entirely different from what I had experienced in the United States. In this new environment it became clear to me that architecture could embody changes in thought and belief, bearing witness to both human atrocities and utopian aspirations. Bullet holes were still visible in walls, while new buildings had replaced many that were totally destroyed in WWII…”

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