|Statement||containing a description of every principal object of interest. With a plan pointing out the easiest and most systematic way of examining the contents of the Crystal Palace.|
|Contributions||Routledge, George and Co.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||231|
A Guide to the Great Exhibition: containing a description of every principal object of interest: with a plan, pointing out the easiest and most systematic way of examining the contents of the Crystal Palace by Great Exhibition ( London, England); G. Routledge & Co., publisher; Cox and Wyman, printerPages: The Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations or The Great Exhibition (sometimes referred to as the Crystal Palace Exhibition in reference to the temporary structure in which it was held), an international exhibition, took place in Hyde Park, London, from 1 May to 15 October It was the first in a series of World's Fairs, exhibitions of culture and industry that became City: London. The book and exhibition examine the nature of American democracy through a historical lens. Cover of the American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith companion book High school history teachers will appreciate the book's rich primary source materials and clear, concise narratives, with special focus on the American Revolution and the woman. Queen Victoria opens the Great Exhibition at Crystal Palace in Hyde Park. The Great Exhibition of ran from May to October and during this time six million people passed through those crystal doors. The event proved to be the most successful ever staged and became one of the defining points of the nineteenth century.
This book is a collection of essays by a myriad of professionals in the field, selected and edited by Paula Marincola of the Philadelphia Exhibitions Initiative. As a student of Museum and Curatorial Studies, it caught my eye at the bookstore, and surely enough, less than a month later, in class, we started studying a couple of the essays included/5. The Great Exhibition is considered to this day to be one of the most, if not the most important world exhibition of all time. Organised by Henry Cole and Prince Albert, it displayed and celebrated contemporary industrial technology, craftsmanship, art and design from o national and international exhibitors. 'The Great Exhibition of ', held in London’s spectacular Crystal Palace, was the first world’s fair and the first industrial exhibition. It was also much more, Jeffrey Auerbach demonstrates in this book - the Great Exhibition was the single defining event for nineteenth-century Britons between the Battle of Waterloo () and the Diamond Jubilee ().5/5(1). The Great Exhibition. The Royal Commission for the Exhibition of was established by Queen Victoria to organise the 'Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations', the world's first trade fair. Prince Albert, whose brain-child it was, was appointed President. Just representing the feats of Britain itself would have excluded many of the technological achievements pioneered .
The book is amazing! It offers everything I wanted to know about producing and curating an Exhibition, giving practical tips and an overview of the art world as it is. The complete, must-have guide for artists, curators and art students in general. Highly recommended/5(12). This book is a good analysis of what makes a great exhibition. What makes it and why? what makes it and what not? The book presents and compiles all great exhibitions that have taken place. The only thing is the book material is rough and the mis-an-pagé of lines and font is terrible. Tough but great read:)/5(12). The Great Exhibition ran from May to October and in that time the , exhibits were seen by over six million people who came to celebrate Britain's industrial ascendancy and a renewed confidence in the possibilities of peaceful social progress. Financially, the Exhibition was a greater success than anyone dared hope, and the profit was Author: John Davis. Art or museum exhibition catalogues. Catalogues for art or museum exhibitions may range in scale from a single printed sheet to a lavish hardcover "coffee table book".The advent of cheap colour-printing in the s transformed what had usually been simple "handlists" with several works to each page into large scale "descriptive catalogues" that are intended as both .