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"It is time to stop listening to Patrik Schumacher"

Phineas Harper is a critic and designer. He is deputy director of the Architecture Foundation and former deputy editor of the . The first person who comes to mind is Ayn Rand. She railed against Communism b/c of her dire experiences in the Soviet


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Stop, look, and discover- the streets and parks of Manhattan are filled with beautiful historic monuments that will entertain, stimulate, and inspire you. Among the 54 monuments in this volume are major figures in American history: Washington, Lincoln, Lafayette, Horace Greeley, and Gertrude Stein; more obscure figures: Daniel Butterfield, J. Marion Sims, and King Jagiello; as well as the icons of New York: Atlas, Prometheus, and the Firemen's Memorial. The monuments represent the work of some of America's best sculptors: Augustus Saint Gaudens' Farragut and Sherman, Daniel Chester French's Four Continents, and Anna Hyatt Huntington's Jose Marti and Joan of Arc. Each monument, illustrated with black-and-white photographs, is located on a map of Manhattan and includes easy-to-follow directions. All the sculptures are considered both as historical mementos and as art. We learn of furious General Sherman court-martialing a civilian journalist, and also of exasperated Saint Gaudens' proposing a hook-and-spring device for improving his assistants' artistic acuity as they help model Sherman. We discover how Lincoln dealt with a vociferous Confederate politician from Ohio, and why the Lincoln in Union Square doesn't rank as a top-notch Lincoln portrait. Sidebars reveal other aspects of the figure or event commemorated, using personal quotes, poems, excerpts from nineteenth-century periodicals (New York Times, Harper's Weekly), and writers ranging from Aeschylus, Washington Irving, and Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi to Mark Twain and Henryk Sienkiewicz. As a historical account, Outdoor Monuments of Manhattan: A Historical Guideis a fascinating look at figures and events that changed New York, theUnited States and the world. As an aesthetic handbook it provides a compact method for studying sculpture, inspired by Ayn Rand's writings on art. For residents and tourists, and historians and students, who want to spend more time viewing and appreciating sculpture and New York hi


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"It is time to stop listening to Patrik Schumacher" - Dezeen

How exhilarating, an architect's lecture has made the mainstream news . Not only has the speech - first reported by Dezeen - been picked up by the London Evening Standard , but it made their front page. Inside, London mayor Sadiq Khan provided in-depth quotes responding directly to the architect's many proposals. Finally architecture is contributing to political discourse. In fact it is an embarrassing affair which will have damaged the reputation of architecture in the minds of many. Zaha Hadid Architects' director Patrick Schumacher's jaw-dropping attack on council tenants, civil servants, public parks, national infrastructure and more left many speechless with frustration. Giving a keynote lecture slot at the World Architecture Festival in Berlin , Schumacher unveiled an urban vision of hyper-exaggerated "laissez faire" economics with total faith placed in "the market" to solve all conceivable problems. It came across like a satire of Hayekian economic theory, distorted to grotesque absurdity and applied without nuance to modern cities, except he meant it. Schumacherism is a rehash of failing establishment ideas taken to extreme conclusions. It offers nothing but colourful clickbait for those who get a kick from online outrage, yet it is not the man himself we should decry but our own industry which again and again provides him with high-profile platforms. Schumacher is invited to give lectures around the world. Just this week the Guardian ran a nearly 2000-word profile exploring his ideas and background. His position is superficially eye-catching for its Katie Hopkins-like callousness but is nothing more than a sound bite repeating the word "market" while Rome burns. This September at an Architecture Foundation debate I saw Schumacher argue in favour of child labour claiming that for under 18s to "fulfil their potential in the marketplace" it is necessary to abolish laws which prevent kids from being put to work. These are not the arguments of a wise man who understands society's ills and hopes to confront them. The fact that the architecture world continues to give Schumacher airtime reveals the intellectual weakness of our profession, unable to see through the specious dogma. Everyone loves to have a devil's advocate to stir things up, but the ideas behind Schumacherism are just the broken neoliberal position with go-faster stripes and a spoiler. It is time to stop listening to Patrik Schumacher. It is on economics where Schumacherism really falls apart. Ben Clark, a London-based urban designer whose paper on funding new cities was awarded a Wolfson Economics Prize by the right-of-centre think tank Policy Exchange, takes a dim view. "It's economically illiterate" argues Clark. "If laissez faire politics is his thing, Patrik Schumacher should try learning from the likes of Adam Smith, godfather of 'the free market'. Smith never saw the 'invisible hand' of the market working alone, and had a sophisticated understanding of the role of the state. In his seminal text the Wealth of Nations, Smith recommends using some of the rents within cities to pay for public services, for example. Simply privatising and deregulating absolutely everything down to the last park and street as Schumacher proposes is sheer market fundamentalism, and will only intensify our current crisis. Schumacher made the comments during a keynote speech at the World Architecture Festival in Berlin, which was live-streamed by Dezeen and can be watched here in full. I do not believe, as some do, that Schumacher is malicious or evil. He is generous with his time, supportive of open debate and seems to have his heart in the right place. I also appreciate the irony that, in calling for less attention to be paid to Schumacher, I am paying attention to Schumacher. But as a profession we need to wake up and act more responsibly. In constantly pushing Schumacherism, we enfranchise him as an unappointed spokesperson for the industry, one who alienates and confuses the very people we need to build relationships with. Imagine, for example, how Friday must have gone down inside City Hall. the new mayor is asked for the first time in his tenure to urgently consider and reply publicly to an architect's.

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  1. Phineas Harper is a critic and designer. He is deputy director of the Architecture Foundation and former deputy editor of the . The first person who comes to mind is Ayn Rand. She railed against Communism b/c of her dire experiences in the Soviet
  2. Chamber Ensemble Concert is at 2 p.m. at Clear Creek Church, Harper. Features Southeast Iowa Symphony Orchestra members. Admission is by free will donation. A reception will follow. City of Christmas display is open from 5 to 10 p.m. at Rand Park, 
  3. Schumacher (who I note is given "featured comment" status, so far from being 'no-platformed' at ) is saying the most conventional, sayable things that have been said since Ayn Rand and have proven to be a recipe for massive inequality, poverty
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1854: Frances Ellen Watkins Harper's volume of poetry Poems on Miscellaneous Subjects is published. 1859: On September 5, 1859 Harriet Wilson’s novel, Our Nig, was published anonymously by George C. Rand and Avery, a publishing firm in Boston.

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