During the Industrial Revolution, the ways people understood and used light changed dramatically. This book, co-authored by Louise Lippincott and Andreas Blühm, chronicles the story of the development and cultural significance of light as reflected in the visual arts of the 18th and 19th centuries. The lushly illustrated catalogue conveys how innovations, discoveries, and inventions in art and science completely transformed lifestyles and perceptions.
Accompanied exhibition at Carnegie Museum of Art, April 7 to July 29, 2001; and the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, October 20, 2000 to February 11, 2001.
Softcover; 272 pages; 195 color and 109 black-and-white illustrations. Published by Thames & Hudson; ISBN 0-88039-040-9
This book details the evolution of architectural forms of the digital age, from their predigital beginnings through 18 avant-garde digitally designed projects by such renowned architects as Peter Eisenman, R. Buckminster Fuller, Douglas Garofalo, and Frank Gehry that are best described as smooth, supple, and morphed. Includes an essay by curator Joseph Rosa.
Accompanied exhibition at Carnegie Museum of Art’s Heinz Architectural Center, February 3 to May 27, 2001.
Softcover; 56 pages; 66 color and 32 black-and-white illustrations; ISBN 0-88039-041-7