Publications

2004

Restoring Byzantium: The Kariye Camii in Istanbul & the Byzantine Institute Restoration

Holger A. Klein, Robert G. Ousterhout

With the exception of Hagia Sophia, no Byzantine monument in the modern city of Istanbul can rival the former church of the monastery of the chora (Kariye Camii) in either the lavishness and splendor ...

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2004

The Troubled Search: The Work of Max Abramovitz

John Harwood, Janet Parks

This exhibition catalog is organized as a thematic chronology of Abramovitz's career, from his childhood and education, early years as an architect in New York, two year trip to Europe and the middle ...

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2004

The Troubled Search: The Work of Max Abramovitz

John Harwood, Janet Parks

This exhibition catalog is organized as a thematic chronology of Abramovitz's career, from his childhood and education, early years as an architect in New York, two year trip to Europe and the middle ...

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2004

Restoring Byzantium: The Kariye Camii in Istanbul & the Byzantine Institute Restoration

Holger A. Klein, Robert G. Ousterhout

With the exception of Hagia Sophia, no Byzantine monument in the modern city of Istanbul can rival the former church of the monastery of the chora (Kariye Camii) in either the lavishness and splendor ...

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2003

Moscow City, Spectacle, Capital of Photography

Nadia Michoustina

The history of photography, more than of the city, is traced through 34 monochrome works by photographers who lived and worked in Moscow from the 1920s to the present. These photographs are from the ...

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2003

Reflection, Seven Years In Print: The Leroy Neiman Center For Print Studies

Faye Hirsch

The LeRoy Neiman Center for the Print Studies, since its foundation in 1996, has played an increasingly important role in the School of the Arts, Columbia University. As part of the Visual Arts ...

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2002

Jean Fautrier, 1898–1964

Curtis L. Carter, Karen K. Butler

Jean Fautrier, one of France's most important interwar and postwar artists, is perhaps best known for the Otages, his series of abstract paintings featuring partially obliterated or disfigured ...

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2002

Jean Fautrier, 1898–1964

Curtis L. Carter, Karen K. Butler

Jean Fautrier, one of France's most important interwar and postwar artists, is perhaps best known for the Otages, his series of abstract paintings featuring partially obliterated or disfigured ...

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2002

Paris as Gameboard, Man Ray's Atgets

Susan Laxton

These photographs of Paris were taken by Eugène Atget and later assembled into an album by Man Ray. Since 1976, the album has been in the collection of the George Eastman House, in Rochester, New ...

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