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An Architectural History of Art Deco

July 27 - August 17, 2022
An Architectural History of Art Deco

Art Deco architecture, though called modern in its day, was in fact a unique combination of modern and traditional values, and therein lies its enduring appeal as the last (to date) mainstream architectural style that employed copious ornamentation, and references to historic architecture, and yet breathed an undeniable spirit of modernity. Join architectural historian Francis Morrone online for a global survey of Art Deco buildings from the 1920s to the 1940s, with looks at related styles (such as "Art Moderne"), interior design, and industrial design. Beginning with its origins in the Paris of the 1910s, and looking at the influence of the Exposition Internationale des Arts D√©coratifs of 1925, to New York's invention of the Art Deco skyscraper, to examples found throughout the U.S., Europe, Australia, South America, China, Japan, and, far from least, Africa, with the occasional special focus on masterpieces such as New York's Chrysler Building and Cincinnati's Union Terminal. 

This four-session class will take place live online on Wednesday, July 27, August 3, 10, and 17 from 3-4 pm ET. Sessions will be recorded and available for later viewing by those who register.

 


 
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Email: adulteducation@92ny.org
   



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