Luigi Guzzardi, architect and PhD scholar. He is an expert in restauration of modernist buildings and a widely renowed scholar of the work of Carlo Scarpa. He has published extensively and lectured on the Venetian architect at the Centro Internazionale di Studi di Architettura Andrea Palladio, Vicenza and for many international universities. He curated the exhibition “Carlo Scarpa, three Venetian projects 1942-51” at the Caffé Florian in Venice, Galleria Dessa, Ljubljana and Napoleonstadel in Klagenfurt.
Hey, Hey, My My… Can Monuments Ever Die?
By Roberto Zancan, with interventions by Elena Pirazzoli and Luigi Guzzardi
All those who have visited the Venice Biennale have noticed a monument on the waterfront in front of the Giardini, almost in front of the Swiss Pavilion. It is the famous memorial…