Arab contemporary : architecture & identity / edited by Michael Juul Holm and Mette Marie Kallehauge ; translation from the Danish by Glen Garner and James Manley.
- [Humlebaek] : Louisiana Museum of Modern Art,  , ©2014
245 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), plans ; 25 cm
- Architecture -- Arab countries -- History -- Exhibitions.
Architecture and society -- Arab countries -- Exhibitions.
Architecture and society.
- Local subjects:
- Exhibition catalogs.
- In English translated from Danish.
- "The Arab world consists of 24 countries bound together by the shared principal language Arabic, but otherwise exhibiting great differences and many exceptions - from Beirut to Sana'a, from Baghdad to Cairo, and from Dubai to Marrakesh. Other religions than Islam are practiced, and Islam itself is practiced in a multitude of ways; there are other landscapes than the desert and other languages than Arabic. Nevertheless one can point to certain common features that have survived from past to the present, and which mean that we can speak of a distinctive culture"--Back cover.
- A world in waiting / Mette Marie Kallehauge
In transit / Hanna Ziadeh
Space, public and state in arab cities / Jakob Skovgaard-Petersen
Afrofuturism / Kaelen Wilson-Goldie
Modernity and tradition / William J.R. Curtis
What did the people want? / Ala Al-Hamarneh
Hyperabia / Boris Brorman Jensen.
- Exhibition catalog.
On the occasion of the exhibition held at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, January 31 - May 4, 2014.
Includes bibliographical references.
- Louisiana (Museum : Humlebæk, Denmark), host institution.
Holm, Michael Juul, editor.
Kallehauge, Mette Marie, 1978- editor.
Garner, Glen (Translator), translator.
Manley, James (James Alexander Kennedy), translator.
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