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  • Creating a capitalSubscription

    Archive28 October, 1999

    Romanian Modernism: The Architecture of Bucharest, 1920-1940 By Luminita Machedon and Ernie Scoffham.MIT Press, 1999. 407pp. £29.95

  • Proletarian projectsSubscription

    Archive8 July, 1999

    Review:The Architecture of Red Vienna 1919-1934 By Eve Blau. MIT Press, 1999. 510pp. £37.50

  • Review: The Modernist eyeSubscription

    Archive25 March, 1999

    'If any period can be said to have encompassed the full potential of photography, it would have to be the era between the two world wars. Photography was not only enriched by expanded roles in journalism, advertising, and publicity, but it was nourished also by acceptance within avant-garde movements in the graphic arts.' Naomi Rosenblum's introduction to this period, from her epic study A World History of Photography (Abbeville Press), would provide an excellent accompaniment to this ...

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    Archive30 April, 1998


  • Pragmatist with a global viewSubscription

    Archive8 January, 1998

    BOOKS: Alejandro de la Sota by Inaki Abalos, William Curtis et al. aa Publications, 1997. 112pp. £29.95