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Brooklyn: New Style
by Liz Farrelly
Brooklyn is booming, and it is now home to some of the world's most radical design talent. Brooklyn: New Style provides an insider's look at these cutting-edge designers--in graphics, fashion, furniture, architecture, and other fields--who came to the area in search of space, artistic freedom, places to exhibit their work, and fellow artists with whom to collaborate. ...more
Hardcover, 248 pages
Published September 7th 2004 by Thames & Hudson
(first published 2004)
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A diverse, ecelectic look at what was going on in the Brooklyn art scene around 2003. The book covers everything from sound art to corporate design, installation to performance to sketchbooks. Starts out with a photographic-and-blurb introduction to neighborhoods of Brooklyn. Each artist is represented in 1-5 pages, and with the book being 240 pages long, readers are introduced to a plethora of new/upcoming artists. At this point, the catalog is not as current asit intended to be. Still, even as ...more