Boym Buildings of Disaster Souvenir Building: 2001 World Trade Center New York City. "Buildings of Disaster" is the Boyms most controversial and successful catalog item: a line of building replicas that have become symbols through association with catastrophe, tragedy or scandal. Each is a few inches high and made of bonded nickel, in editions of 500. Some are now in museum collections. The idea, was both an "alternative history of architecture" (buildings famous by way of emotional involvement, not aesthetics) and an examination of what souvenirs are all about.While the Boyms clearly anticipated a certain amount of controversy, they do not seem to have anticipated the series' durability. But that can be explained in a straightforward way: market demand. While the Boym's subject choices were unusual, many collectors became repeat customers. The world trade center sept. The item "Boym Buildings of Disaster Souvenir Building 2001 World Trade Center, New York" is in sale since Friday, June 26, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Fairs, Parks & Architecture\Buildings". The seller is "greenwich66" and is located in Armonk, New York.
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