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The book is an intellectual biography of Leonardo Ricci in the United States which fulfills the historiographical lacuna on his American transfer between 1952 and 1972.Often told as a constant exchange with the United States, it accompanied him until the 1980s and influenced his teaching and professional work. The book retraces philologically the stages of Ricci’s experience overseas unveiling the premise and results of his American transfer from Italy towards the United States and viceversa. To focus on the mentioned period, considered by Ricci himself a fundamental phase for his architectural and painting research, it defines to what extent each stage produced an evolution in his theoretical and applied research, systematized with the architect’s view on teaching reform aims and the synopia of the City of the Earth.

Ilaria Cattabriga
Leonardo Ricci in the United States (1952-1972)
29,00€
27,50€
isbn 9788862428705
book series HPA
number 1
current edition 10 / 2023
first edition 10 / 2023
language English
size 16,5x24cm
pages 352
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Ilaria Cattabriga holds a PhD in History of Architecture from the University of Bologna where she graduated in 2016. As a PhD candidate she was free researcher at MIT, on Leonardo Ricci’s American transfer, and at the University of Buenos Aires on the traumatic memory of the d...

Ilaria Cattabriga holds a PhD in History of Architecture from the University of Bologna where she graduated in 2016.
As a PhD candidate she was free researcher at MIT, on Leonardo Ricci’s American transfer, and at the University of Buenos Aires on the traumatic memory of the dictatorship in Argentina. As part of the centenary celebrations of Leonardo Ricci, she collaborated on architecture exhibitions on Leonardo Ricci in 2019 and 2020 at CSAC and in Florence. Regular participant at national and international conferences, she is currently engaged in research focusing on the urban policies and transformation of the historical city in Bologna and on the relations between Visual Design/Semiology and Architecture/Urban Design in the 1960s and 1970s.She is adjunct professor of History of Architecture at the Department of Architecture of the University of Bologna.

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