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Excerpt from "Epics in the Everyday: Photography, Architecture, and the Problem of Realism"
Epics in the Everyday: Photography, Architecture, and the Problem of Realism by Jesús Vasallo
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Lecture with Jesús Vassallo, "Epics in the Everyday"

March 1, 2021, 12:00 PM

We look forward to welcoming Jesús Vasallo, Associate Professor of Architecture at Rice University, to speak as part of our 2020-21 lecture series.

Jesús Vassallo is a Spanish architect and writer. Based in Houston, his work interrogates the problem of realism in architecture through the production of design and scholarship. He is the author of Seamless (Park Books, 2016) and Epics in the Everyday (Park Books, 2019). His interests include housing, construction materials, and the intermediate scales between architecture and urbanism. Vassallo studied architecture at Harvard GSD and Madrid ETSAM and is currently an Associate Professor at Rice University.

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