Issue 41 - Aug/Sept 2018

Issue 41 - Aug/Sept 2018

  • Enid Marx – Queen of Patterns - Textile designer, printmaker and illustrator, Enid Marx defined mid-20th century design

  • Behind the Curtain - A fascinating glimpse into design behind the Iron Curtain, revealed through the products and graphics of everyday Soviet Life

  • On The Wire - When we think Alexander Calder, we think hanging mobiles... however his body of work is prolific. By Karyn Sparks

  • Sultry Sirens - A Louis Shabner Mystery: The Case of the Lost Ladies. By Stuart Webb

  • The Crespi Touch - Gabriella Crespi attracted a cult following thanks to her penchant for creating geometric, sculptural objects with an abundance of glamour

  • Back in Black - The Aesthetic Movement was more than William Morris wallpaper – it was decadent, dark and dangerous, and turned Victorian values upside down!

  • Newbury’s Retro Festival Gets Even Bigger

  • It’s Time for the 25th Edition at Brussels

  • Bruton Back with a Bang!

  • Auction News

  • Trading Places - Dealer Kieran Mathewson of River and Jones digs into the lives of four fellow dealers to find out more about their individual style, loves, fears and aspirations

  • Events - August/September

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