Los Angeles, contemporary Persian art, art museum design, architecture and art
"Primacy of surface and script as screen and texture are, along with visual distortion and flattening, embedded in the Persian artistic tradition. To build upson these concepts and conditions through the medium of a museum of contemporary Persian art will allow for a synthesis of the conditions produced b the acquisition of the strip with a visual manifestation of the compositional tendencies of Persian art, The result of this synthesis is an institution that furthers the central role that Westwood Boulevard plays for the local Persian community."
Williams, Nicholas, "Surface Culture: A Museum of Contemporary Persian Art for Los Angeles" (2009). Architecture Senior Theses. Paper 91.
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