Noah Chasin

Noah Chasin is assistant professor of architectural history at Bard College and visiting assistant professor of urban design at Columbia University.

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Hannah Toby Rose

The Brooklyn Museum was one of the pioneers of a comprehensive relationship between museum and public, and Hannah Toby Rose was the chief architect of that alliance.

Elaine Lustig Cohen

The related fields of typography and graphic design played a vital role in the advent of modernism in early twentieth-century Europe, with many vanguard groups—better known for painting, sculpture, architecture, and manifestos—using design to test the practical application of their new modes of artistic production. The European avant-garde, imported to the United States by a wave of emigrés in the late 1930s, was embraced by a new breed of designers, eager to build upon the principles of an incipient “international style.” Elaine Lustig Cohen, with her husband, Alvin Lustig, were among the most prominent graphic designers to adopt these advanced aesthetic concepts for use in the American market.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Noah Chasin." (Viewed on July 23, 2019) <https://jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/chasin-noah>.

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