Headed by Harry Wearne during the 1920s, they organized an annual exhibition held at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. The exhibitions, which occurred annually from 1922-1924, and in 1926, gradually began to showcase qoriginalq designs influenced by the Paris Exposition of 1925 alongside revival design. This thesis will provide a history of the organization, explore its design philosophies, examine the works produced for the club's exhibitions, and place the organization within an American design context. The Art-In-Trades Club of New York and their exhibitions provide an excellent opportunity to discuss the changing concepts of Modernism - both during the period and in scholarship today.Anthony Bourke George H. Bourquard Jules Bouy (interior decorator; designer of modernistic furnishings; 1931, designed ... C. Carter Walter N. Cassel C. P. Casson (1913 member) Eugene F. Castles Don L. Cave Richard P. Cawley ( Carillo 60.
|Title||:||The Tension Between Art and Industry: The Art-In-Trades Club of New York, 1906--1935|
|Author||:||Patricia K. Edmonson|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|