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If you enjoy shopping our Modern Auctions, Modernism magazine is for you. Founded in 1998, Modernism is a quarterly magazine for collectors, design professionals and enthusiasts interested in 20th-century modernist design. Enthusiasts read Modernism to stay up to date on collecting (for all pocketbooks), events and exhibitions, books, travel, historic preservation, new products and more.
We cover Art Deco, midcentury, pop and postmodern, and specific design schools such as the Bauhaus, Memphis and Wiener Werkstatte.
Modernism offers articles on furniture, ceramics, glass, jewelry and other decorative arts and features architecturally significant interiors that integrate premier design collections.
A typical issue might showcase furniture by George Nakashima, Vernor Panton, Gilbert Rohde, Nanna Ditzel, Ettore Sottsass, Charlotte Perriand, or Charles and Ray Eames ; art pottery by Russel Wright, Beatrice Wood or Clarice Cliff; product designers such as Raymond Loewy or Henry Dreyfuss; metalwork by George Jensen or Jean Dunand; glass by Monica Backstrom or Blenko; and architecture by Frank Lloyd Wright, Mies van der Rohe, Richard Neutra, Phillip Johnson, John Lautner, Pierre Koenig, Al Beadle, or Alfred Browning Parker.
You can view the entire magazine online for free and subscribe at www.modernismmagazine.com. You can also subscribe by calling 609-397-4104.
If you enjoy shopping our Craftsman Auctions, you’ll love reading Style 1900 magazine. Founded in 1986, Style 1900 is a quarterly magazine exploring the antiques, architecture, philosophy and personalities of the Arts & Crafts movement in America and abroad. Style 1900 covers Craftsman, Mission, and Prairie style and the distinctive California homes of Greene & Greene — but it also brings you the Glasgow School, Jugendstil, the Vienna Secession, British Arts & Crafts, and Art Nouveau, as well as the work of modern-day craftsmen inspired by the Arts & Crafts spirit.
Enthusiasts read Style 1900 to stay up to date on collecting (for all pocketbooks), events and exhibitions, books, travel, historic preservation, new products and more. A typical issue might showcase furniture by Gustav Stickley, the Roycroft or Charles Rohlfs; art pottery by Fulper, Grueby, Teco, Rookwood, George Ohr or Newcomb College; metalwork by Heintz, the Roycroft, Robert Riddle Jarvie, Archibald Knox or Dirk Van Erp; and architecture by Frank Lloyd Wright or Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Style 1900 also offers inspired interiors, travel destinations, and answers from experts on collecting and restoration.
You can learn more and subscribe at www.style1900.com. You can also subscribe by calling 609-397-4104.