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Juliet Kinchin; Aidan O'Connor; Tanya Harrod; Medea Hoch; Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)
|Notes:||Published in conjunction with an exhibition of the same name held at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, July 29-Nov. 5, 2012.|
|Description:||263 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 32 cm|
|Contents:||Hide and seek : remapping modern design and childhood --
New century, new child, new art : The kindergarten movement: building blocks of modern design ; Glasgow: children in the city beautiful ; Chicago: progressive era laboratory ; Comics and early animation ; Rome: modern arts, crafts, and education ; Living in utopia: children in the Gödöllő Arts and Crafts Colony ; Vienna: drawing out the child within --
Avant-Garde playtime : The crystal chain and architectural play ; Performing the modern: Swiss puppets ; Italy: the unruly child ; De Stijl, children, and constructivist play ; Bauhaus play and pedagogy ; "Colorful, specific, concrete" : Soviet children's books ; Manufacturing the artistic toy: Joaquín Torres-García and Ladislav Sutnar --
Light, air, health : The healthy body ; At home with modernism ; The new school ; "A setting for childlife": the new school in the United States ; Grete Lihotzky: from Vienna to Ankara ; Ernő Goldfinger and the Abbatts: from toys to urban health ; To the mountains and the sea ; Urban health: two centers --
Children and the body politic : Pioneering the revolution: children in Soviet Russia ; Who has the youth, has the future: the German youth movement ; Italy: colonial adventurers ; The Japanese military child ; A New Deal for youth ; "Sincerely themselves": child art in Britain and Colonial West Africa ; "This is how the world looks, my child": Friedl Dicker in Vienna and Auschwitz ; Children and the Spanish Civil War ; Growing up the shadow of World War II: children's books and games ; Processing trauma --
Regeneration : "Children asking questions": regeneration by design ; New starts: Japan and Poland ; Reclaiming the city: children and the new urbanism ; Back to school ; Good toys ; The modern playroom ; "Developing creativeness in children": Victor D'Amico at MoMA --
Power play : Space wars ; Disneyland ; Pop and play ; Italy: a new domestic landscape for children ; Retail fantasies ; Marketplace modern ; McDonald's ; Pee-wee's playhouse ; Less is more : technology and toys ; Japanese youth culture and childhood --
Designing better worlds : Deschooling society ; Every child should have a hundred parents ; Dismantling the museum ; Reggio Emilia children ; Design for the real world ; Classroom without walls ; Inclusive, therapeutic, and assistive design for children ; Design and the universal child ; The playground revolution.
|Other Titles:||Growing by design, 1900-2000|
|Responsibility:||Juliet Kinchin, Aidan O'Connor ; with contributions by Tanya Harrod [and others].|
"It is something of a cliche to state that children are the future, but for modernist designers with a clear vision of the society and values they wanted to shape, children have been an obvious
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