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This collection of photographs documents the "second Italian Futurism" of the 1920s and 1930s, centered principally in Rome and Turin. The collection includes photocollages by Adele Gloria; photographs of architecture, including the 1928 Futurist Pavilion designed by Enrico Prampolini; portraits of the writer Giovanni Papini, the photographer Adele Azari, the composer Balilla Pratella and other futurists; photocollages and commercial installations by the designer Marcello Nizzoli; installation photographs of exhibitions; Futurist cabaret interiors; national events such as the hommage to Marinetti in 1924 in Milan; photographs of aerosculptures from the mid 1930s; and photographs of stage decor, costumes, and scenes from Futurist performances including Marinetti's "Cocktail" (1927), a Futurist stage set by Ernesto Thayaht (1928) and the Futurist dancer Zdenska Podhajska
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The images in this album were taken during the ten days of revolution in Mexico City in February 1913 known as the Decena Trágica. There are numerous images of both forces defending their outposts (the Felicista forces in the Ciudadela, and the Federal troops at the National Palace). The aftermath of the various battles is depicted in photographs of fallen soldiers and civilians and views of damaged public buildings and private residences, including Francisco Madero's burned home and the buildings that housed the El Heraldo and Nuevo Era newspapers. Several dramatic images depict residents fleeing from their homes as the fighting encroaches upon them, and small groups of people staring at the burned corpses of fighters lying in the streets. Photographs by Manuel Ramos of the battle that took place on February 18th in the Plaza de Armas include shots of both the action and its aftermath
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Photographs of the façades of late nineteenth century residential and commercial buildings in Paris and environs by forty one architects and architectural firms. Addresses of the properties are also listed. Plates 21 and 36 are early French examples of glass curtain wall construction. Plates 29 and 36 are of large entrance halls. Plate 39 is a doorway with a large wrought iron gate
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These hinged, foldout cartes document ecclesiastical and public buildings and monuments in Moscow, Russia, ca. 1880, particularly the Kremlin and environs, including the bell tower of Ivan the Great, Sukharev's tower, the Czar bell and cannon, the tower of Catherine the Great, the "Tour d'Eau," the Gate of the Redeemer (Spasskaya Gate) and other Kremlin portals, the Temple of the Savior, the Bolshoi Theater, and several aerial views along the Moscow river
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Hassing, probably a Norwegian, documented her late nineteenth-century travels in these photo albums
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The seven photographs by Nobuyoshi Araki are early examples of his intimate fictive photography. The photographs depict: a couple in kimonos kneeling in a small room with tatami mats; a bird's-eye view of two nudes reclining on the floor; a semi-nude woman in dark lace stockings seated on the floor; a bird's-eye view of a semi-nude woman reclining on a futon; a topless woman holding a soft-drink bottle against her cheek; a close-up of a young woman in pigtails, contorting her face; and a reclining nude, with a left male arm (probably the photographer's) reaching into the frame and squeezing her breast
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The collection consists of photographs, notebooks, letters received and files on Badovici's home in Vézelay and the urbanization of Maubeuge
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Harald Szeemann's papers document every step of his curatorial process, including preliminary notes, written descriptions and proposals for projects, installation sketches, exhibition documentation, research files, and extensive correspondence with colleagues, artists, and collaborators. Also included are approximately 750 videos (mostly VHS but also other formats), including video artworks, installation and performance documentation, and interviews with Szeemann. At this time, only Series I. Project files, Series II. Artist files, Series III. Curator and museum professional files, Series IV. Photographs, 1892-2007; Series VII. Gallery and museum ephemera, Series VIII. Personal files, and Series IX. Business files are available for research. The remainder of the archive is unprocessed. Each series will be opened for use as processing is completed
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The records of High performance document the magazine's content, editorial process and history. The archive provides comprehensive documentation of the progressive art world from the late 1970s to the late 1990s
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Fourteen images present a view of Mexico City and environs in the early Reform period, a crucial moment of urban and social change during which the break-up of large civic and ecclesiastical properties, including the vast monastic complexes, helped change the face of the growing metropolis. Represented are the major religious and civic sites of Mexico City, including the Palacio Nacional, the Catedral Metropolitana, the Palacio de Chapultepec, the church and part of the monastic complex of Santo Domingo (the demolition of which began in 1859), and the inner courtyard of the Convento de la Merced

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