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Title Statement
  • Habitat : Lina Bo Bardi
Varying Form of Title
  • Lina Bo Bardi
Publication, Distribution, etc. (Imprint)
  • Museu de Arte de São Paulo ; Museum of Contemporary Art ; São Paulo, Brazil : Museo Jumex ; DelMonico Books, Prestel Verlag, Chicago : Mexico City : Munich : 2020 ©2020
  • 2020
  • Språk: Engelska.
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Physical Description
  • 351 pages illustrations (some color), plans 28 cm
General Note
  • "This book was published on the occasion of the exhibition Lina Bo Bardi: Habitat organized by Museu de Arte de São Paulo, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, and Museo Jumex"--Colophon.
  • Exhibition schedule: Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP): April 4--July 28, 2019; Museo Jumex, Mexico: January 30--May 10, 2020; Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Chicago: June 13--September 27, 2020.
  • Translated from the Portuguese.
  • "Linda Bo Bardi: Habitat" : April 4-July 28, 2019, Museu de Arte de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.
  • "Linda Bo Bardi: Habitat" : January 30-May 10, 2020, Museo Jumex, Mexico, Mexico.
  • "Linda Bo Bardi: Habitat" : June 13-September 27, 2020, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, United States.
Bibliography, etc. Note
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 340-343).
Formatted Contents Note
  • Foreword Itaú -- Foreword Iguatemi -- Foreword Lefosse -- Foreword PWC -- Foreword Nova Energia -- Foreword Instituto Bardi/Casa de Vidro -- Lina Bo Bardi in São Paulo, Mexico City, and Chicago / Julieta González, Madeleine Grynsztejn, and Adriano Pedrosa -- Introduction / Julieta González, José Esparza Chong Cuy, and Tomás Toledo -- PART 1. LINA BO BARDI'S HABITAT. Becoming Lina Bo Bardi: an ideological odyssey / Esther da Costa Meyer -- A is for anxiety: Lina Bo's war / Beatriz Colomina and Mark Wigley -- Lina Bo Bardi, the organic intellectual, and Habitat magazine / Jane Hall -- Excursions along the Praia de Amaralina / Antonio Risério -- WRITINGS BY LINA BO BARDI. [from] Habitat: "The São Paulo Museum of Art: the social functions of museums," 1950 ; "Beautiful child," 1951 ; "First: schools," 1951 ; "Vitrines," 1951 ; "Assessments and museographical perspectives: a museum of art in São Vicente," 1952 -- [from] Diário de noticias: "Culture and nonculture," 1958 ; "Industrial art," 1958 -- [from] Mirante das artes: "The new Trianon, 1957-67," 1967 ; "Five years among the whites," 1967 -- [from] Tempos de grossura: o design no impasse: "An account sixteen years later," 1994 --
  • PART 2. RETHINKING THE MUSEUM. Lina Bo Bardi's popular museums / Tomás Toledo -- Whoever does not own a dog hunts with a cat / Julieta González -- The hand (and the names) of the Brazilian people / Adriano Pedrosa -- MUSEUMS. Museum of Art (Rua do Ouvidor, Rio de Janeiro, 1947 ; MASP, Rua 7 de Abril, São Paulo, 1947 ; São Vicente Museum of Art (Oceanfront Museum), São Vicente, São Paulo, 1951 ; MASP, Avenida Paulista, São Paulo, 1957-68 ; Museum of Modern Art of Bahia (Castro Alves Theater), Salvador, 1960 ; Museum of Popular Art (Solar do Unhão), Salvador, 1963 ; Marble Museum, Carrera, Italy, 1963 ; Museum of the Butantã Institute, São Paulo, 1965 ; São Paulo Museum of Modern Art, Ibirapuera Park, São Paulo, 1982 -- CURATORIAL PROJECTS AND EXHIBITION DESIGN. Crystal Easel; Picture Gallery, MASP, São Paulo, 1957-68 ; Bahia in Ibirapuera, Ibirapuera Park, São Paulo, 1959 ; Northeast, Museum of Popular Art, Solar do Unhão, Salvador, 1963 ; Northeast, Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna, Rome, 1965 ; The hand of the Brazilian people, MASP, São Paulo, 1969 ; One hundred Portinari masterpieces, MASP, São Paulo, 1970 ; Popular art crates, Sesc, São Paulo, 1978 ; Countryfolk, rustics: wattle-and-daub, Sesc Pompeia, São Paulo, 1984 ; Black Africa, MASP, São Paulo, 1988 --
  • PART 3. FROM GLASS HOUSE TO HUT. Inside out / José Esparza Chong Cuy -- Lina's history lesson / Luis M. Castañeda -- Lina Bo Bardi at Teatro Oficina: the constructive and the sacrificial / Guilherme Wisnik -- HOUSES. Glass House, São Paulo, 1950-51 ; Economic houses, 1951 ; Chame-Chame House, Salvador, 1958 ; Valéria Cirell House, São Paulo, 1958 ; Circular house, 1962 -- CONVIVIAL SPACES. Pavilion at Lage Park, Rio de Janeiro, 1965 ; Church of Espirito Santo do Cerrado, Uberlândia, Minas Gerais, 1976-82 ; Sesc Pompeia, São Paulo, 1977-86 ; Benin House in Bahia, Salvador, 1987 ; Brazil House in Benin, Uidá, Benin, 1989 ; Ladeira da Misericórdia, Salvador, 1987-90 -- THEATER. MASP Auditorium, São Paulo, 1957-68 ; Castro Alves Theater, Salvador, 1960 ; The Threepenny opera, Castro Alves Theater, Salvador, 1960 ; In the jungle of cities, Teatro Oficina, São Paulo, 1969 ; Sesc Pompeia Theater, São Paulo, 1977-86 ; Teatro Oficina, São Paulo, 1980-91 -- FURNITURE 1947-1987. Auditorium chair for MASP, Rua 7 de Abril, São Paulo, 1947 ; Iron tripod chair, 1948 ; Wood tripod chair, 1948 ; Bowl armchair, 1951 ; Bardi's Bowl armchair, 1951 ; Chairs for the Castro Alves Theater, 1960 ; Chairs for the MASP Auditorium, Avenida Paulista, ca. 1970 ; Roadside chair, 1967 ; Sesc Pompeia chair, 1977-86 ; Little box for Sesc Pompeia, 1977-86 ; Frei Egydio chair, 1986 ; Giraffe chair, 1986-87.
Summary, etc
  • "Lina Bo Bardi is regarded as one of the most important architects in Brazil's history. Beginning her career as a Modernist architect in Rome, Bo Bardi and her husband emigrated to Brazil following the end of WWII. Bo Bardi quickly resumed her practice in her adopted homeland with architecture that was both modern and firmly rooted in the culture of Brazil. In 1951 she designed "Casa de Vidro" ("Glass House"), her first built work, where she and her husband would live for the rest of their lives. She also designed the Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo (Sao Paulo Art Museum), a landmark of Latin American modernist architecture which opened in 1968. It was for this museum she created the iconic glass easel display system, which remains radical to date. This book presents a comprehensive record of Bo Bardi's overarching approach to art and architecture and shows how her exhibition designs, curatorial projects, and writing informed her spatial designs. Essays on Bo Bardi's life and work accompany archival material such as design sketches and writings by the artist, giving new insight into the conceptual and material processes behind this radical thinker and creator's projects."-- Description provided by publisher.
Language Note
  • Text in English, translated from the Portuguese
Subject - Personal Name
Subject - Corporate Name
Subject - Chronological Term
  • 1900-1999
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Subject - Geographic Name
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  • United States Illinois Chicago.
  • Germany Munich.
  • United Kingdom England London.
  • United States New York (State) New York.
ISBN
  • 3791359649
  • 9783791359649
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From furniture and exhibition design to monumental domestic and public architectural projects, the breadth of Lina Bo Bardi's multidisciplinary work is showcased in this richly illustrated book.

Lina Bo Bardi is regarded as one of the most important architects in Brazil's history. Beginning her career as a Modernist architect in Rome, Bo Bardi and her husband emigrated to Brazil following the end of WWII. Bo Bardi quickly resumed her practice in her adopted homeland with architecture that was both modern and firmly rooted in the culture of Brazil. In 1951 she designed "Casa de Vidro" ("Glass House"), her first built work, where she and her husband would live for the rest of their lives. She also designed the Museu de Arte de São Paulo (São Paulo Art Museum), a landmark of Latin American modernist architecture which opened in 1968. It was for this museum she created the iconic glass easel display system, which remains radical to date. This book presents a comprehensive record of Bo Bardi's overarching approach to art and architecture and shows how her exhibition designs, curatorial projects, and writing informed her spatial designs. Essays on Bo Bardi's life and work accompany archival material such as design sketches and writings by the artist, giving new insight into the conceptual and material processes behind this radical thinker and creator's projects.

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