Peter Campbell looks at the Hayward Gallery Thirties show
The Hayward Gallery has been inwardly transformed – at a reported cost of over £100,000 – to receive the Thirties exhibition, an enterprise on the largest scale, put together by a committee chaired by William Feaver. Modernist white walls mask the emphatic textures and shapes of the interior of the shell, so that Fifties Brutalism encloses Thirties Modern.
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Vol. 1 No. 4 · 6 December 1979 » Peter Campbell » Peter Campbell looks at the Hayward Gallery Thirties show
pages 14-15 | 1643 words