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‘The postwar public art that became a symbol of the British modernist dream’

A wonderful feature on Simon Phipps’ Concrete Poetry in Wallpaper.

‘Phipps has compiled yet another weighty tome deeper than aesthetics and broader than brutalism. One thing Concrete Poetry resoundingly reaffirms is that brutalist sculpture continues to be as divisive as it is entrenched in the familiar landscape of postwar Britain.’