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  • A Guide to the New Ruins of Great Britainby Owen Hatherley

    Verso Books 2011; US$ 19.95

    Back in 1997, New Labour came to power amid much talk of regenerating the inner cities left to rot under successive Conservative governments. Over the next decade, British cities became the laboratories of the new enterprise economy: glowing monuments to finance, property speculation, and the service industry?until the crash. In A Guide to the New... more...

  • A New Kind of Bleakby Owen Hatherley

    Verso Books 2012; US$ 19.95

    In A Guide to the New Ruins of Great Britain , Owen Hatherley skewered New Labour?s architectural legacy in all its witless swagger. Now, in the year of the Diamond Jubilee and the London Olympics, he sets out to describe what the Coalition?s altogether different approach to economic mismanagement and civic irresponsibility is doing to the places... more...

  • Uncommonby Owen Hatherley

    John Hunt Publishing 2011; US$ 9.99

    If we remember them at all, the Sheffield pop group Pulp are remembered for jolly class warfare ditty 'Common People', for the celebrity of their interestingly-named frontman, for the latter waving his arse at Michael Jackson at the Brit awards, for being part of a non-movement called 'Britpop', and for disappearing almost without trace shortly... more...

  • Militant Modernismby Owen Hatherley

    John Hunt Publishing 2009; US$ 9.99

    Militant Modernism is a defence against Modernism's many detractors. It looks at design, film and architecture - especially architecture ? and pursues the notion of an evolved modernism that simply refuses to stop being necessary. Owen Hatherley gives us new ways to look at what we thought was familiar ? Bertolt Brecht, Le Corbusier, even Vladimir... more...

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