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Almost 25 years after the corrosion of the Soviet Union, still little is known, beyond the former Empire’s borders, about the social fabric that wove it together. Architecture and urbanism have been one of its strongest warps: creating a feeling of social unity and being one of the agents of its dissolution. This continent of architecture, afflicted by inner contradictions that enfolded within an homogenized space, is full of masterpieces waiting to be formally discovered. A Parallel Modernity explores this landscape and an approach of building for a fundamentally different idea of society. A Parallel Modernity is curated by Georg Schöllhammer, Vienna and Ruben Arevshatyan, Yerevan and designed by Asli and Can Altay / Future Anecdotes, Istanbul.

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exhibition, Centro Cultural São Paulo