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Thoroughly functional in design and fortress-like in appearance, the Brutalist buildings of Washington, D.C. dominate the city's southern skyline.  With their fastidious use of concrete and straight-line, they epitomize the architectural masculinity of the 1960's and 70's.  Brutalissima is a subtle subversion; a super position of mid-century nude images and pastel colors on the otherwise patriarchal modern landscape.   


Published in Snap Magazine.

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