In I Have a Weakness for a Touch of Red the passionate art and architecture critic Yehuda Safran collects a selection of his essays on architects and artists from Portugal that he has written since the 1980s. These are supplemented by further contributions on the most influential representatives of modern architecture.
Through this historical and at the same time very personal context, Safran places Portuguese architecture in an unprecedented perspective for the international readership, revealing the preservation of longstanding traditions as well as the increasing desire of an emerging generation that has, to an extent, overcome those traditions.
Author(s): Yehuda Emmanuel Safran
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