Art Deco Architecture
February | Mon 17 | 18:00
An illustrated talk by Mike Hope
Art Deco burst upon the world for a brief but unforgettable existence. From the famous Paris 1925 International Exhibition to the 1939 New York World’s Fair, this popular style rapidly took hold around the world. It embraced new media, such as the cinema and radio, as well as new forms of transport and the associated buildings, and above all brought a sense of luxury, fun and escapism to the world during some of the hardest times.
In Art Deco Architecture: The Interwar Period, Mike Hope explores the origins, inspirations and political backdrop behind this popular style.
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