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Krugman, Carol - Global Meetings and Exhibitions, ebook

Global Meetings and Exhibitions

Krugman, Carol


Global Meetings and Exhibitions is the result of two decades worth of planning, managing, and executing multinational, multicultural events across the globe. The distinguished authors have culled their world-class advice into a single, complete resource for the next generation of meeting

Siukonen, Jyrki - Uplifted spirits, earthbound machines, ebook

Uplifted spirits, earthbound machines

Siukonen, Jyrki


Uplifted spirits, earthbound machines -Studies on artists and the dream of flight, 1900–1935 A propeller as the end of art? An architect who wanted to bomb away his hometown? An artist who dreamed of swimming in the air? In this original and thoughtful…

Kallis, Aristotle - The Third Rome, 1922–1943, ebook

The Third Rome, 1922–1943

Kallis, Aristotle


Fascism in Mostra: Exhibitions as Heterotopias
Aristotle Kallis
9. Rome and the Dream of Fascist Universalism
Aristotle Kallis
10. Conclusion: The ‘Third Rome’ as Fascism’s imago mundi
Aristotle Kallis

Hackforth-Jones, Jocelyn - Edges of Empire: Orientalism and Visual Culture, ebook

Edges of Empire: Orientalism and Visual Culture

Hackforth-Jones, Jocelyn


Covers indigenous art and agency, contemporary practices of collection and display, and a survey of key Orientalist tropes
Contains original essays on new perspectives for scholars and students of art history, architecture, museum studies and cultural and postcolonial studies
Highlights contested

Carl, Klaus - 1000 Drawings of Genius, ebook

1000 Drawings of Genius

Carl, Klaus


With major museums around the world, from the Met to the Uffizi, mounting exhibitions focused on the art of draughtsmanship, drawing is receiving more critical and academic attention than ever before. This captivating text gives readers a sweeping analysis of the history

Brodskaïa, Nathalia - Gustave Caillebotte (1848-1894), ebook

Gustave Caillebotte (1848-1894)

Brodskaïa, Nathalia


However, hedid not include his own work – he would show in laterimpressionist exhibitions. In this typical work he capturesthe feeling of a new Parisian boulevard in an area of theBatignolles quarter on a rainy day. The realism with which Caillebotte depicts the