Paris/New York:
Design Fashion Culture, 1925–1940

2008

Paris/New York explored the period between the world wars when New York City, looking to Paris for inspiration, became the international cultural capital it is today. Bringing together well-known figures such as Josephine Baker and Salvador Dali and reviving the reputations of forgotten ones, the show examined the Paris/New York dialogue in the fields of architecture, furniture design, fashion, painting, and the performing arts, among other spheres.

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Credits
Publisher: Monacelli Press
Designer: Pure+Applied