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Shubow on WWI memorials

Here is the latest column in Forbes magazine by Justin Shubow, president of the National Civic Art Society, on the design competition for a monument to World War I: “First Look at the World War I Memorial Competition: All the … Continue reading

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Shubow on AIA’s promo

Justin Shubow’s latest piece at Forbes.com, “The American Institute of Architects’ Outreach Campaign Is Doomed to Failure,” alerts readers to the multiple levels of hypocrisy that drive the self-promotion of the architects lobby. Like his study of Frank Gehry’s proposal … Continue reading

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Shubow on the march

Justin Shubow has posted his second excellent essay at Forbes.online. His first, last month, analyzed Frank Gehry’s finger. His second analyses the flap aroused by the New York Times when it published an oped Dec. 15 twitting architects for ignoring … Continue reading

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Shubow on Gehry’s finger

Justin Shubow, president of the National Civic Art Society, in Washington, has a new gig writing a column at Forbes.com. Shubow, who will remain at the NCAS, has directed the society’s vigorous defense of the Nation’s Capital against the proposal … Continue reading

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