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Charles Percier: Architecture and Design in an Age of Revolutions

A lavishly illustrated catalogue accompanies the exhibition. English- and French-language editions will be available by mid-November in the Gallery and the Store.

The New York Times describes Artek and the Aaltos as "a landmark exhibition."

"Laid out in finely wrought displays, [Artek and the Aaltos] is one of the most comprehensive exhibitions about the artistry and making of design you are likely to see." —The New York Times

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"When I started studying art history, I came to it already knowing that my interests were not going to be traditional."

Deborah L. Krohn is director of masters studies and associate professor, and teaches courses on Italian Renaissance Decorative Arts and Material Culture, History and Theory of Museums, and Culinary History.

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