4 edition of Art & architecture on 1001 afternoons in Chicago found in the catalog.
Art & architecture on 1001 afternoons in Chicago
Includes bibliographical references (p. 106-107) and index.
|Other titles||Art and architecture on 1001 afternoons in Chicago, Art & architecture on one thousand and one afternoons in Chicago|
|Statement||by Ben Hecht : book & commentary by Florice Whyte Kovan.|
|Series||Rediscovering Ben Hecht series ;, 2|
|Contributions||Kovan, Florice Whyte.|
|LC Classifications||NX511.C45 H43 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
|ISBN 10||0966770919, 0966770943|
|LC Control Number||99091162|
Considering the stamp of the Chicago Architecture Foundation on this book, I was proba Sacrifices breadth for brevity and features excellent photographs. Seems to focus more on the contemporary side of /5(4). Ben Hecht Hard to Find Stories from the Chicago Daily News and the Chicago Literary Times. Florice Whyte Kovan's Annotated Bibliography of the Afternoons in Chicago Stories Found languishing on unindexed microfilm in a marathon research effort by Flori Kovan, these stories are from her complete checklist of the stories Ben Hecht wrote under the Afternoons in Chicago.
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Art and Architecture on Afternoons in Chicago AFTERWORD by FW Kovan: "The temporal compass of this book is Hecht's youth in the transitional years between the Edwardian or Progressive eras and the Modernist surge that engulfed the arts and architecture after World War I. Ben Hecht () was born in New York City, the son of Sarah.
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Chicago has a long legacy of influential art and architecture. And the city celebrates its creative legacy in a big way every year.
The calendar is full of exciting art and architecture events, from the largest contemporary art show in the Midwest to free behind-the-scenes architectural tours and more. Paul Dailing writes the Chicago Afternoons blog as a sort of homage to Ben Hecht's gritty daily slice-of-life newspaper column from the s.
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Michigan Avenue, Lake Michigan, street names such as Dearborn and Adams and LaSalle and Wabansia, places such as the Art Institute of Chicago—they're all here, sprinkled amid Hecht's nervous little haikus of urban life. The Chicago Architecture Center or CAC (formerly the Chicago Architecture Foundation, CAF) is at the south end of the Magnificent Mile near the intersection of Michigan and Wacker.
Open days a year. Tour Guides are trained and certified by the CAC. Dailing contributes three times a week to his ambitious journalism project, 1, Chicago Afternoons, and Hyman curates stories for her citywide collection, Anthology of Chicago.
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