Description:Very Good in Very Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 207 pages....Very Good in Very Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 207 pages. New writings on Mies van der Rohe's architecture and thought, by assorted authors. With black & white photos. A very nice copy. Pasted in on ffep is card with Seagram & Sons crest, acknowledging the company's receipt of The Whitney Museum's American Art Award (in 1993). Book cover has light foxing at edges, and one spot on bottom of page edges. DJ has just a hint of edgewear, tiny cut towards top of spine-in mylar.
Description:New. 0870705695. FLAWLESS COPY, BRAND NEW, PRISTINE, NEVER...New. 0870705695. FLAWLESS COPY, BRAND NEW, PRISTINE, NEVER OPENED---Description: "Essays by Wolf Tegethoff, Richard Pommer, and Fritz Neumeyer. Interview with James Ingo Freed. The rich legacy of scholarly and critical reassessments of Mies van der Rohe continues to grow since his centenary in 1986. This book which had its origins in the historic centennial exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, presents four provocative new writings on Mies augmented by 150 illustrations from MOMA's Mies van der Rohe Archive and other sources. In his insightful introduction, Franz Schulze, author of the acclaimed 'Mies van der Rohe: A Critical Biography', discusses the reasons why Mies's art and name evokes such a different response today and compares Mies to Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier in terms of critical fortune. Wolf Tegethoff traces the maturation of Mies's thought during the 1920s, bringing fascinating new research to his examination of this complex European period. Art historian Richard Pommer examines Mies's political ideology and those of other artists of the modern movement in the Weimar years and the first years of the Third Reich. Fritz Neumeyer addresses the issues of tradition and modernity in Mies's life's work through a detailed analysis of several of his earliest buildings. In the concluding piece, architect James Ingo Freed, who studied under Mies at the Illinois Institute of Technology and succeeded him as director of ITT, offers penetrating comments on Mies as an educator and as an architect during his American years. "
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