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The METROPOLIS Blog
Lina Bo Bardi’s Personal Modernism
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A foreigner. A woman. Different. Being somewhat of an outsider gave Bo Bardi the perspective that made her a rare designer, balancing popular and high culture effortlessly, while foregoing demagogic verbiage. She was a modern designer ushering in the new, even if that meant respecting and valuing the past.
All photos courtesy Paul Clemence
Paul Clemence is an award-winning photographer whose work is part of many collections, including the Mies van der Rohe Archives and housed by MoMA, New York. He exhibits both in the U.S. and on the international fine art circuit, from classic B & W prints to large scale photo installations. A published author, his work can also be seen in major design and lifestyle publications. His “Architecture Photography” Facebook page receives over half a million hits monthly.