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Doppelgänger Goldfinger

Dani Montlleó
Spoon Syndicate
Artists' Books
15 × 21 cm
111 pages

“In 1959 Ian Fleming who was by then a famous writer, came up with the a name of an
important architect from the British modernist movement while searching for a name for his “super villan” in the seventh novel of the James Bond series: Goldfinger, Ernö Goldfinger.”

An artist’s book by Dani Montlleó comprises research on the relation between the architect Ernö Goldfiner and his doppelgänger, Auric. Auric Goldfinger. Identity theft, architecture brutalism, Ian Fleming, James Bond, scenography control, politics, music, version, London…

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