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Modernist Housing Between the World Wars: Aesthetics, Politics, and Economics
Now an iconic part of the Eskenazi Museum of Art collection, Stuart Davis's Swing Landscape was originally commissioned for one of the first federally subsidized housing projects in the United States. Explore the aesthetic, political, and ideological contexts in which the mural was created with this feature essay.
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World War II-era Provenance Project
The Eskenazi Museum of Art strives to document the complete provenance (ownership history) of each object in its collection, from creation until the time it entered the museum. Works that could have been in Europe during the Nazi era (1933–1945) and that have gaps in their provenance, are priorities.
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