• Aron Vinegar
  • Aron Vinegar is Assistant Professor in the Department of History of Art at Ohio State University.
  • Aron Vinegar and Michael J. Golec, editors
  • Aron Vinegar is senior lecturer in art history and visual culture at the University of Exeter, UK.

I AM A MONUMENT: On Learning from Las Vegas (MIT Press)

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Thordis Arrhenius
Barry Bergdoll
Jean-Louis Cohen
Andrew S. Dolkart
Andrew Herscher
Mark Jarzombek
Hélène Lipstadt
Fernando Marías
Daniel B. Monk
Joan Ockman
Dominique Poulot
Laurajane Smith
Marc Treib
Aron Vinegar
George Wheeler
Gwendolyn Wright

Thordis Arrhenius
Barry Bergdoll
Jean-Louis Cohen
Andrew S. Dolkart
Andrew Herscher
Mark Jarzombek
Hélène Lipstadt
Fernando Marías
Daniel B. Monk
Joan Ockman
Dominique Poulot
Laurajane Smith
Marc Treib
Aron Vinegar
George Wheeler
Gwendolyn Wright

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ARON VINEGAR I am a Monument: On Learning from Las Vegas

Ohio State art historian Aron Vinegar wants to remedy the belief—entrenched in the minds of architects and academics—that a dichotomy exists between Ducks and Decorated Sheds. The title of his new scholarly analysis of Learning From Las Vegas comes from one of that book's best-known illustrations, “Recommendation for a monument.” In it, a billboard atop an anonymous, boxy building loudly proclaims, I AM A MONUMENT.