photos tagged with #modernism

bruev
Posted: 5.7 hours ago
Интерьер вестибюля башни “Федерация” в Москва-Сити / Central hall entry space of the Federation Tower in Moscow International Business Center / #москвасити #federationtower #modernism (at Башня «Федерация» / Federation Tower) https://www.instagram.com/avbruev/p/BvWxax8Aewa/?utm_source=ig_tumblr_share&igshid=9cevdujjtpb9
#москвасити #federationtower #modernism
modtraveler
Posted: 17.6 hours ago
The Langson Library, c.1963, at the University of California, Irvine, by William Pereira Associates, Jones & Emmons and Blurock Ellerbroek Associates. See more like this at Modtraveler.net #ucirvine #irvineca #williampereira #modernism #brutalism #brutalist #brutal_architecture #socal #californiamodern #conquestoftheplanetoftheapes (at Irvine, California) https://www.instagram.com/p/BvVgG_RhWPT/?utm_source=ig_tumblr_share&igshid=sial9w1hogjn
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danishmodernla
Posted: 20.1 hours ago
This little guy is always a fan favorite! 😎✌️ . . . #danishmodernla #midcentury #modern #vintage #modernism #designaddict #architecture #design #craft #style #art #instalove #homedecor #interiordesign #studio #losangeles #madmen #interior123 #modernhome #finditstyleit #housetour (at Danish Modern L.A.) https://www.instagram.com/danishmodernla/p/BvVOvWpnxbK/?utm_source=ig_tumblr_share&igshid=1q5xi46u0p86r
#danishmodernla #midcentury #modern #vintage #modernism #designaddict #architecture #design #craft #style #art #instalove #homedecor #interiordesign #studio #losangeles #madmen #interior123 #modernhome #finditstyleit #housetour
weirdletter
Posted: 24.2 hours ago
Literary and Cultural Alternatives to Modernism: Unsettling Presences (Routledge Studies in Twentieth-Century Literature), edited by Kostas Boyiopoulos, Anthony Patterson, and Mark Sandy, Routledge, 2019. Info: routledge.com. The 17 essays of Unsettling Presences investigate writers and texts chiefly stretching from 1890 to 1939, from both within and outside of the Modernist canon. They explore tensions, convergences, and differences between the dominant Modernists and lesser-known figures. Not only do they examine the alternative vision of populist writers such as Wells and Bennett, but also discuss figures who flirt both with cultural elitism and realism, such as E.M. Forster. More importantly, they showcase the work of obscure authors on the cultural fringe and/or of popular culture for the first time (e.g. Lord Dunsany and Margery Allingham, etc). The chapters cover cases on revising and recasting the tradition (Romanticism, Victorian Realism, and Aestheticism), cultural dialogues and comparisons. The genres and forms discussed include Realist fiction, lyric poetry, Symbolist drama, critical essay, heroic fantasy, popular and detective fiction, epistolary writing, parody, detective fiction, and painting. The chapters come to life and indeed cohere into a formidable whole with high-brow literary Modernism serving as the golden standard or point of reference against which the voices/texts being discussed are measured. Contents: Acnowledgements List of Contibutors Introduction: Reflections on Alternativeness – Kostas Boyiopoulos, Anthony Patterson, and Mark Sandy PART I. Unsettled Voices: Imaginative and Cultural Encounters 1. The Experimental and the Traditional in Twenties British Literature – Chris Baldick 2. The Failure of Philosophy and the Beginnings of Modernism, from Pater to Woolf – Kate Hext 3. Maverick Modernists? Sapphic Trajectories from Vernon Lee to I.A. Richards – Sondeep Kandola PART II. Dissenting Voices: Aestheticism, Gender, and the Art of Identity 4. Writing for a New Age: Arnold Bennett and the Avant Garde – Anthony Patterson 5. ‘The Knowledge, the detail, the spirit!’: The Edwardian Correspondence of Bennett and Wells’ – Jonathan Wild 6. ‘The Popular Modernity of H.G. Wells’ – Carey Snyder 7. ‘Don’t you see how symbolical it was?’: Parade’s End Within and Outside the Tradition of Literary Toryism – Koenraad Claes PART III. Double Voices: Central and Peripheral Transactions 8. Modernist or Realist? The ‘Double Vision’ of E.M. Forster – Kate Symondson 9. The Alternative Visions of Mythopoeic Fantasy – Anna Vaninskaya 10. ‘Modernistic shone the lamplight’: Arthur Symons among the Moderns – Kostas Boyiopoulos 11. ‘Now I Climb Alone’: Poetic Subjectivity from Thomas Hardy to Stephen Spender – Michael O’Neill PART IV. Popular Voices: Questions of Realism, Politics and Modernity 12. Speech and Song in Edward Thomas and Ivor Gurney – Andrew Hodgson 13. Strange Truths: Romantic Re-Imaginings in Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon – Mark Sandy 14. Conjuring the Two Devils in W.B. Yeats’s Turn to the Theatre – Katharine Cockin 15. ‘A large mouth shown to a dentist’: G.K. Chesterton, T.S. Eliot and Parody – Michael Shallcross 16. ‘The Amateur Modernist: C.L.R. James in Bloomsbury’ – Saikat Majumdar 17. Questions of Class and Genre in the Albert Campion Novels: Margery Allingham’s ‘Grand Programme’ – Luke Seaber Selected Bibliography Index
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