Journal of Modern Craft 13.3

SPECIAL ISSUE: THE HAND AND THE MACHINE IN INTERWAR EUROPE

Editorial Introduction by Rachel Barron-Duncan and Toby Norris

ARTICLES

Industry, Craft, Modern Architecture, and Regional Identity at the Paris 1925 and 1938 Interional Expositions  by Peter Clericuzio

Cleanliness, Clarity – and Craft: Material Politics in German Design, 1919-1939 by Freyja Hartzell

Craftsmanship and Industrial Production of Italian Furniture During the Interwar Period by Silvia Barisone

Building the Machine in the Workshop: the Maison du Peuple of Clichy, 1935-40 by Ariela Katz

Materials, Artistic Craftwork, and Modernist Furniture Design: The Kuyken Firm in the Netherlands and Belgium 1918-1940 by Marjan Groot

STATEMENT OF PRACTICE

Revising the Past: A Conversation with Sjoerd Vroonland by Rachel Barron-Duncan and Sjoerd Vroonland

PRIMARY TEXT

Exceprts from Système des Beaux Arts [System of the Fine Arts], 1920 by Alain (Pseudonym of Émile Chartier)

Exhibition Reviews

Covid-19 Global Quilt by Marybeth C. Stalp

Let’s Face It: Mask Design Competition by Caroline Kipp

BYOC (Bring-Your-Own-Craft) by Suzanne Hudson

BOOK Reviews

The Shape of Craft  by Kristina Wilson

Networks, Labour and Migration Among Muslim Artisans by Dorothy Armstrong

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