wtorek, 1 marca 2011

The history of postmodernism, p.2

Venice Biennale in 1980, a further breakthrough in the development of postmodernism - from that moment it can be regarded as the dominant style. Postmodern tendency to reject participation of residents and exhibited functional zoning in the planning of large cities. Narrative and the desire to fragmentation in the architecture of earning more and more supporters, it also took over many artists of late modernism. At the same time, however, by Aldo van Eyck, called for poszczucia dogs [postmodernists], and Berthold Lubetkin called postmodern architecture, cross-dressing (Transvestite called architecture).
At the end of the 80s classic (historyzujący) was hailed as a dead postmodernism began to dominate the currents, such as high-tech and neomodernizm, but since the mid-90s more common, especially in commercial architecture, goes back again after a historicizing themes, in parallel with the development of deconstructionism.
Architecture of the early years of the XXI century is still based on assumptions of postmodern, while exacerbating the polarization between the developers seeking the identity of sources in history and the supporters of stylistic pluralism. Supported by new forms of computer programming (deconstructionism, blobs) still eludes classification.