The fact that Antoni Gaudí was one of the best architects of his day and age, a member of that transitional generation between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, is now undisputed, particularly if as well as appreciating the objective quality of his oeuvre we value its originality, the creative inventiveness of its new formal elements and bold structural proposals. Yet, in spite of the decisive crisis suffered by Modern Movement, when Ignasi de Solà-Morales carried out this in-depth study of Gaudí’s work Gaudí was still being called into question. Ediciones Polígrafa has now retrieved the aforementioned essay, producing a new edition in which the photographs by Rafael Vargas also present the vision of a hitherto unknown Gaudí.

Antoni Gaudí

Ignasi de Solà-Morales
Photographs by Rafael Vargas
144pp./ 128il./ 28 x 22 cm./ Hardcover

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