a life in architecture anthony caro
The sculptor Sir Anthony Caro wants to talk about a building he has not yet seen, Le Corbusier's pilgrimage chapel at Ronchamp, completed in the mid 1950s.He says that he likes to keep sculptural treats in his head until he is ready for them. 'Often they turn out to be better than expected.' Greece, when he eventually went there, more than fulfilled expectations; it is hard to believe that Ronchamp will not do so too.
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