2013 / The New York Times

“Ruins used to be a remote past and were evoked with nostalgia. But nowadays ancient ruins coexist with those of modernity, a recent era that has already produced its own heap of rubble: traces of possibilities that never made it past their potentialities. what once was future, today is only the witness of its failure. Utopia can be defined as something that is not possible within the circumstances of its time: always in a state of becoming , it is enunciated but never materialized. the modern project left us the ruins of political models that, defeated , become part of the sedimentary layers of history”

José Roca curator of the program Modern Ruin, Pinta Emerge, NY

24 headlines of the newspaper The New York Times

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