It is probably not too wise to think that we could write the history of contemporary architecture, or even modern civilization, only through the buildings at the exhibitions or their contents. And this has also been true in Spain, and perhaps even more, due to the chronic delay we have suffered. But there have been so many exhibitions, that is indispensable to limit the realm of the work. And that is what we wanted to do, pointing out three very specific thematic and time-frame sections, fitting the issue to those relating to Spanish architecture of an international character celebrated between 1925 and 1975.
A The exhibitions: concept and results
B The architecture of exhibitions as frame and scenery: the buildings built, the projects and the exhibition staging.
C Architecture as content for the exhibitions: panels, models, photographs, etc.
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