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Scott Martin
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The Jazz Age: American Style in the 1920s

The exhibition started on April 07, 2017 and is on display until August 20, 2017.

This exhibition has been divided in to the following sections:

  • All Objects
  • All Text
  • A Smaller World
  • Bending the Rules
  • A New Look for Familiar Forms
  • Toward A Machine Age
  • The Persistence of Traditional "Good Taste"
  • Abstraction and Reinvention


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This is closing soon and is well worth seeing. (I went today.)

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June Martin
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Also of note in this unfortunately now closed exhibition was an electroplated nickle silver vase designed by Ilonka Karasz and manufactured by Paye & Baker. Karasz was known for her avant-garde industrial design and many New Yorker magazine covers. An essay on her work is included in the book Making Design available at Cooper Hewitt.
What was surprising to me was that Paye & Baker was the manufacturer. I never thought of them as doing notable design production. There is so much more to learn!

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