Enchanting Modern: Ilonka Karasz (1896-1981)
Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia, Nov 1, 2003 - Design - 162 pages
Ilonka Karasz's career spanned many decades and media, including textiles, furniture, silver, ceramics, wallpaper, graphic design, and fine art. She produced over 180 covers for The New Yorker and provided illustrations for books and magazines. Enchanting Modern: Ilonka Karasz is the first book dedicated to this prolific artist. This first museum exhibition to focus on Karasz will feature over 100 examples of her work from all parts of her career, and will trace the life of an enchanting modern.
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