The #TASCHENpodcast tours fascist legacies in Rome, Los Angeles noir, and Albert Watson on display in London
Welcome on a city tour like no other as urbanist and professor of architecture Giovanni Fanelli delves into the public space, popular history, and fascist legacies of Rome. Next, pop culture historian Jim Heimann drives us through the back streets and shocking crime scenes that made Los Angeles of the 1920s to ’50s the perfect inspiration for noir literature and film before we wrap up in London, where Gallery Director Nolan Browne unveils a new set of Albert Watson prints in TASCHEN’s latest Claridge’s locale.
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