2009年11月04日

post-modern deconstructivism with socialist realism


Gabor Bachman

From Abitare 480, March 2008.
Gabor Bachman
Who has heard of the “Herman Finsterlin” of the early 21st century? If you don’t, have a look at Gabor Bachman’s site dedicated to his wonderful projects, paintings, drawings and architectural models. Bachman, born in 1952 in Pécs (Marcel Breuer’s birth place), contributed as a founding member of the Na-Ne collective to the Hungarian Revolution of 1989. On his website Bachman presents “Museum Russia”– his newest project – which combines post-modern deconstructivism with socialist realism. The heroes of the working class are no longer to be found painted on the outside walls but integrated in the architectural structure itself! Poetic, provocative and never nostalgic, “Museum Russia” offers a new perspective on the official architecture of the socialist “Eastern-Europe” and invites us to reformulate our views.

www.bachman.hu
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