Ed Dimendberg

UC Irvine

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Professor, Film & Media Studies with focus on Cinema, Architecture, Urbanism, Modernism, Modernity

Ed Dimendberg on KCRW

Michael Govan is the enterprising Director of Los Angeles County’s Museum of Art.

Plans to Level LACMA Spark Debate

Michael Govan is the enterprising Director of Los Angeles County’s Museum of Art.

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Edward Dimendberg tells us why Broad museum architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro capture the time we live in.

Ed Dimendberg on Broad Museum Architects

Edward Dimendberg tells us why Broad museum architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro capture the time we live in.

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