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Delirious New York, 40 years later

Martino Stierli– 2018 marks the 40th anniversary of the publication of Rem Koolhaas’s Delirious New York. The book, which has been in print continuously and is one of the best-selling architecture titles of the past 40 years, not only made its author instantly famous; it is also considered one of

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Clare Cavanagh Wins NBCC Award in Criticism!

The wait for the National Book Critics Circle Awards is over, and YUP is pleased to announce and congratulate Clare Cavanagh for her award in the Criticism category for Lyric Poetry and Modern Politics: Russia, Poland and the West. Her exploration of poetry and national life in Poland and Russia

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The Legacy of Philip Johnson

Today is what would have been Philip Johnson’s 104th birthday.  Philip Johnson was a renowned architect whose work covered the 20th century and many of its architectural styles.  Coincidentally, questions of 20th and 21st century architecture have been appearing in the news recently, as Vanity Fair has published results of

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