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Title Expanding Nationalisms at World's Fairs : Identity, Diversity, and Exchange, 1851-1915 / edited by David Raizman and Ethan Robey.

Published London : Routledge, 2018.

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Edition First edition.
Physical description 1 online resource (xiv, 246 pages)
Series Routledge Research in Art History
Contents chapter Introduction: communities real and imagined: world's fairs and political meanings DAV IDRAIZMANAND ET HAN ROBEY -- chapter 1 East meets West: re-presenting the Arab-Islamic world at the nineteenth-century world's fairs DEBR AHA NSON -- chapter 2 From London to Paris (via Cairo): the world expositions and the making of a modern architect, 1862-1867 CHR IST IANA. H E DR IC K -- chapter 3 The Belgian reception of Italy at the 1885 Antwerp World Exhibition: converging artistic, economic, and political strategies on display DA N I EL A N. PR I NA -- chapter 4 A Danish spectacle: balancing national interests at the 1888 Nordic Exhibition of Industry, Agriculture, and Art in Copenhagen JØ R N GU L DBERG -- chapter 5 A neoclassical translation: the Hôôden at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition HAN NA H L. S IGU R -- chapter 6 Paris, 1900: the Musée Centennal du Mobilier et de la Décoration and the formulation of a nineteenth-century national design identity A NC A I. L A SC -- chapter 7 "Our country has never been as popular as it is now!":Finland at the 1900 Exposition Universelle BA RT PUSH AW -- chapter 8 "A revelation of grace and pride": cultural memory and international aspiration in early twentieth-century Hungarian design R EBECC A HOUZE -- chapter 9 When the local is the global: case studies in early twentieth-century Chinese exposition projects SUSA N R. F ER NSEBN ER -- chapter 10 The 1910 Centenary Exhibition in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay: manufacturing fine art and cultural diplomacy in South America / M. EL IZA BET H BOON E.
Summary "This book introduces the subject of international exhibitions to art and design historians and a wider audience as a resource for understanding the broad and varied political meanings of design during a period of rapid industrialization, developing nationalism, imperialism, expanding trade, and the emergence of a consumer society. Its chapters, written by both established and emerging scholars, are global in scope, and demonstrate specific networks of communication and exchange among designers, manufacturers, markets, and nations on the modern world stage from the second half of the nineteenth century into the beginning of the twentieth."--Provided by publisher.
Other author Raizman, David, editor.
Robey, Ethan, editor.
Subject Nationalism and art.
Art, Modern -- Nineteenth century.
Art, Modern -- Twentieth century.
ISBN 9781315158747 (e-book : PDF)
9781351657471 (e-book: Mobi)
9781138501751 (hardback)
Standard Number 10.4324/9781315158747