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West 86th: Volume 19, No. 01 (Spring–Summer 2012)

$21.00

Articles

In the Workshop of History: Making, Writing, and Meaning
Pamela H. Smith

Monsieur Calicot: French Masculinity between Commerce and Honor
Susan Hiner

From Pahlavi Isfahan to Pacific Shangri La: Reviving, Restoring, and Reinventing Safavid Aesthetics ca. 1920-1940
Keelan Overton

Humanity Rearranged: The Polish and Czechoslovak Pavilions at Expo 58
David Crowley

Translated Text

From the Arsenal to the Laboratory (1928) by Aby Warburg
Introduction by Claudia Wedepohl; Translated by Christopher D. Johnson

Exhibition Reviews

The Cult of Beauty: The Aesthetic Movement, 1860-1900
Reviewed by Paul Stirton

Vienna 1900: Style and Identity
Reviewed by Megan Brandow-Faller

Seeing Red: Hungarian Revolutionary Posters / Mihály Biró: Pathos in Rot
Reviewed by Dominic Paterson

Vishnu: Hinduism’s Blue-Skinned Savior
Reviewed by Allysa B. Peyton

19th-Century Modern
Reviewed by Christopher Dingwall

Charlotte Perriand, 1903-1999: From Photography to Interior Design
Reviewed by Catherine Moriarty

Gustav Stickley and the American Arts and Crafts Movement
Reviewed by Mark Alan Hewitt (with a response by Kevin Tucker)

Book Reviews

Toroczkai Wigand Ede
Reviewed by Samuel Albert

The Poetic Home: Designing the 19th-Century Domestic Interior
Reviewed by Alexander Watt

Artists' Magazines: An Alternative Space for Art
Reviewed by Lucy Mulroney

[Conference Report] Graphic Design: History in the Making
Reviewed by Kim Dhillon

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1.00 LBS
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Other Details

ISSN
2153-5531

Dimensions
7.5 x 9.5 x 0.34 in.

Page count
171 pages

Binding
Paperback