Month: October 2012

Man Ray, Lee Miller, and Muses throughout time…

American Lee Miller was a successful model before traveling to Paris to become the apprentice, lover, and muse of Man Ray; Nancy Cunard, British writer, heiress, and political activist, was a lover to numerous members of the twentieth century’s art and literary circles, including Ezra Pound…

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Designers & Books Fair 2012

Designers & Books Fair 2012 is a weekend-long event celebrating the intersection of design—architecture and graphic, fashion, interior, product, and urban design—and books. The Fair will take place October 26–28 in New York City and features 17 programs with over 60 noted design world personalities as…

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Rizzoli Interior Design & High Point Market

From Charlotte Moss Decorates. Photograph by Edward Addeo. High Point Market: The World’s Home for Home Furnishings in western North Carolina is the largest furnishings industry trade show in the world, bringing more than 80,000 people to High Point every six months. Over the years, since…

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Look Inside Cinelli: The Art and Design of the Bicycle

Since Cino Cinelli began making frames in Italy in the 1940s, Cinelli has set the standards for bicycle and component design. Cinelli has led the evolution of professional cycling and defined the ideal of the classic bicycle: from the classic Supercorsa racing frame to the cutting-edge…

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Angels of Paris: An Architectural Tour through the History of Paris

A memorable gift for Francophiles and armchair travelers, this delightful book captures the fanciful and romantic spirit of Paris through images of the countless angels that grace the city’s fountains and facades, monuments and mansions, rooftops, doorways, and window frames. Time: 3:00-4:30 pm.

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Portrait of a New Angola

Please join us at the U.S. launch of this photographic celebration of the little-known African country. This volume introduces readers to the landscapes, people, and spirit that make Angola unique and that have contributed to its recent emergence as the economic leader of Africa.

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The Monster Who Lost His Mean

Children’s storytime at Rizzoli! Please join children’s book author Tiffany Strelitz Haber in our cozy children’s department, as she reads from her delightful new picture book. 1:30-3:00 pm.

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The Centre Cannot Hold

Photographer and environmentalist David Gulden takes us on a personal armchair safari in which he chronicles the impact of global change on the animals and landscapes of Africa.

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