Publications

2009

The New Acropolis Museum

Ioannis Mylonopoulos, Angelos Chaniotis

This publication is largely dedicated to the history, the architectural design and the exhibits of the new Acropolis Museum in Athens, which opened its doors to the public in 2009. It is designed by ...

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2008

Treasures Rediscovered, Chinese Stone Sculpture from the Sackler Collections at Columbia University

Leopold Swergold, Eileen Hsiang-ling Hsu

Treasures Rediscovered focuses on a group of 22 stone devotional objects and architectural fragments that collectively represent major developments in Chinese religion and mortuary culture, from ...

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2008

Treasures Rediscovered, Chinese Stone Sculpture from the Sackler Collections at Columbia University

Leopold Swergold, Eileen Hsiang-ling Hsu

Treasures Rediscovered focuses on a group of 22 stone devotional objects and architectural fragments that collectively represent major developments in Chinese religion and mortuary culture, from ...

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2007

Revolutions, A Century of Makonde Masquerade in Mozambique

Alexander Ives Bortolot

The author, Alexander Bortolot, spent 2004 living in various small villages in northern Mozambique, staying with a number of different Makonde families. In addition to his extensive research in state ...

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2007

Robert Moses and the Modern City, The Transformation of New York

Hilary Ballon

A fresh look at the greatest builder in the history of New York City and one of its most controversial figures. Robert Moses's vast building program aimed to modernize urban infrastructure, expand ...

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2005

Guide to Phlamoudhi

Joanna S. Smith

The Mediterranean has always been a place of dynamic cultural and artistic interaction. With the advent of burgeoning sea trade in the second half of the second millennium BCE, or the Late Bronze Age ...

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2005

"Please, teach me...", Rainer Ganahl and the Politics of Learning

William Kaizen

For more than 10 years, Ganahl has been engaged in a subtle exploration of the points of overlap of art and learning, using a variety of media including photographs, videos, books, wall texts, and ...

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2005

Architecture in Print, Design and Debate in the Soviet Union 1919–1935 Selections from the Collection of Stephen Garmey

Richard Anderson, Kristin Romberg

In the early 20th century, the Soviet architectural press became a forum for an extraordinary group of artists, designers, architects, and theorists to converge in debate over the shape of their ...

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2005

Architecture in Print, Design and Debate in the Soviet Union 1919–1935 Selections from the Collection of Stephen Garmey

Richard Anderson, Kristin Romberg

In the early 20th century, the Soviet architectural press became a forum for an extraordinary group of artists, designers, architects, and theorists to converge in debate over the shape of their ...

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