Art Deco: 1910 - 1939

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Bulfinch, Sep 17, 2003 - Design - 464 pages
This lavishly illustrated book brings together nearly 40 essays from leading experts in the field to discuss the phenomenon that was Art Deco.

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What is best about this survey of Art Deco and allied design styles is that it aspires to a truly world-wide examination of the phenomena, from the 1925 Paris Exhibition to how the elitist style ... Read full review

Art deco 1910-1939

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In this catalog to an exhibition originating at London's Victoria and Albert Museum and traveling to Toronto, San Francisco, and Boston, Art Deco is defined as a complex and varied mix of decorative ... Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Charlotte Benton is a design and architecture historian. Her works include A Different World? Emigre Architects in Britain 1926-58.
Tim Benton is Professor of Art History at the Open University and has curated a number of exhibitions and his work has been most recently included in Le Corbusier in Paris.
Ghislaine Wood is co-curator of the Art Deco 1910-1939 exhibition. She was also co-curator of the wildly successful V&A Art Nouveau exhibition that toured internationally, and a contributor to the catalogue.

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