|Other author/creator||Carbone, Teresa A.|
|Other author/creator||Brooklyn Museum.|
|Other author/creator||Cleveland Museum of Art.|
|Other author/creator||Dallas Museum of Art.|
||Convincing lies: reckoning with the modern / Teresa A. Carbone -- Body language: liberation and restraint in Twenties figuration / Teresa A. Carbone -- Silent pictures: encounters with a remade world / Teresa A. Carbone -- Contesting modernity at the kitchen table: American still life in the Twenties / Bonnie Costello -- "Go forth all to seek America": modernist photographers of the Twenties / Sarah M. Lowe -- Reconsidering the 'soil': the Stieglitz circle, the regionalists and cultural eugenics in the Twenties / Randall R. Griffey.
||Accompanying a nationally touring exhibition, this critical history of American art of the 1920s provides a fresh perspective on the strikingly original modernist imagery of the Jazz Age. Youth and Beauty is the first wide-ranging look at American art during the period following the Great War and before the onset of the Great Depression. This illustrated volume captures a glimpse into American life during a decade when urbanization, industrialization, and mechanization were revolutionizing the United States. With more than 200 illustrations, the book brings together an array of artists and mediums, featuring iconic and surprising works by Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keeffe, Stuart Davis, Marsden Hartley, Aaron Douglas, Alfred Stieglitz, Isamu Noguchi, Charles Sheeler, Man Ray, Walker Evans, and others.
|General note||Catalog of an exhibition held at the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, N.Y., Oct. 28, 2011-Jan. 29, 2012; Dallas Museum of Art, Mar. 4-May 27, 2012; Cleveland Museum of Art, July 1-Sept. 16, 2012.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (p. 292-297) and index.|