The New Architecture and the Bauhaus Walter Gropius Faber & Faber, 1935 JULY IS A quiet time of year for the appearance of that fragile commodity, a new book. Titles launched in the summer may be liable to being appraised by second string reviewers; the book-buying public is apt to be on holiday. Nevertheless, in July 1935 Faber issued The …Read More »
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David Brady studied architecture and art history at Cambridge and has been working for many years as a historian of art, architecture and design. He was Deputy Curator of the Iconographic Collection at the Wellcome Institute where he was responsible for several exhibitions and semi-permanent displays. He was later appointed Associate Professor at New York University in London and then Associate Professor of Fine and Applied art at Regents College. He has also taught courses at Birkbeck College, City University, Queen Mary, University of London, Samford University and Marymount College as well as the Victoria & Albert Museum. He has lectured nationally and internationally on 19th and 20th century art, architecture, design and related matters. A trustee of the Twentieth Century Society for over a decade, he has published extensively on subjects related to 20th century buildings, architects, art and design. He has also contributed reviews and other articles to Building Design, Crafts Magazine, The Independent and Museums Journal, among many other publications.