Festival Architecture (The Classical Tradition in Architecture)

From:

Bonnemaison, Sarah; Macy, Christine. Festival Architecture (The Classical Tradition in Architecture) . Taylor and Francis. Kindle Edition.

Contents

1 Introduction – SARAH BONNEMAISON and CHRISTINE MACY

RITUAL AND ARCHITECTURE IN ANTIQUITY

2 The festive experience: Roman processions in the urban context – DIANE FAVRO

RENAISSANCE AND BAROQUE SPECTACLE AS REPRESENTATIONS OF POWER

3 Festival bridal entries in Renaissance Ferrara – DIANE YVONNE GHIRARDO

4 Festivals of state: the scenography of power in late Renaissance and Baroque Venice – MARGHERITA AZZI VISENTINI Translated by Giovanna Fogli

5 Statecraft or stagecraft? English paper architecture in the seventeenth century -CAROLINE VAN ECK

6 Framing history: the Jubilee of 1625, the dedication of new Saint Peter’s and the Baldacchino – MAARTEN DELBEKE EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY

FESTIVALS AND URBAN BEAUTIFICATION

7 The speculative challenges of festival architecture in eighteenth-century France – ERIC MONIN Translated by Nick Hargreaves and Christine Macy

WORLD EXPOSITIONS AND THE IDEA OF MODERNITY

8 Marking time and space in the city: Kromhout’s decorations for the investiture of Wilhelmina in Amsterdam – NANCY STIEBER

9 Sound, light, and the mystique of space: Paris 1937 – ROBERT WEDDLE

FESTIVALS OF RESISTANCE

10 Festival urbanism: carnival as an expression of civil society in nineteenth-century Basel – CHRISTINE MACY

11 Taking back the street, Paris 1968– 78 – SARAH BONNEMAISON

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