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  • Photo Credits in order of Appearance
Site-wide Header
  • Detail from Aleksandr Mikhailovich Rodchenko, Obed (Lunch), 1929.
About
  • Photograph by Stefan Wettainen @ 2015 | http://www.stefanwettainen.se/
  • Gourmet Voice World Food Media Awards, November 2004. Photograph courtesy of Gourmet Voice.
Contact
  • Photograph by Kevin Kennefick for Williams College.
Recipes
  • Winter Holiday Pilaf from The Winter Vegetarian prepared and photographed by Ardath Weaver, February 2008.
Teaching
  • Blue Noses, Black Square, Kitchen Suprematism series, 2005. Collection Darra Goldstein
Exhibitions – Feeding Desire: Design and the Tools of the Table
  • Macaroni server. USA, ca. 1865. From Sarah Coffin, Ellen Lupton, and Darra Goldstein,Feeding Desire: Design and the Tools of the Table, 1500-2005. New York: Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum and Paris: Assouline, 2006.
  • Sugar spoon designed by Josef Hoffmann. Produced by Alexander Sturm & Company, Vienna, ca. 1902. From Sarah Coffin, Ellen Lupton, and Darra Goldstein, Feeding Desire: Design and the Tools of the Table, 1500-2005. New York: Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum and Paris: Assouline, 2006.
  • Eat Alien tools designed by Titti Cusartelli. From Cutlery, published by Giorgetti. Italy, 1997.
Exhibitions – The World Opened Wide: 20th-Century Russian Women Artists. Selections from the Thomas P. Whitney Collection
  • Natalia Goncharova, The Angel, ca. 1909. From The World Opened Wide: 20th-Century Russian Women Artists From the Collection of Thomas P. Whitney, edited by Jill Meredith and Darra Goldstein. Amherst, MA: Mead Art Museum, 2001.
  • Varvara Stepanova, Subsection of Moni, ca. 1933. From The World Opened Wide: 20th-Century Russian Women Artists From the Collection of Thomas P. Whitney, edited by Jill Meredith and Darra Goldstein. Amherst, MA: Mead Art Museum, 2001.
  • Olga Rozanova, Cover, War, 1916. From The World Opened Wide: 20th-Century Russian Women Artists From the Collection of Thomas P. Whitney, edited by Jill Meredith and Darra Goldstein. Amherst, MA: Mead Art Museum, 2001.
Exhibitions – Graphic Design in the Mechanical Age
  • Lester Beall, It’s Fine for Us, 1930s. From Deborah Rothschild, Ellen Lupton, and Darra Goldstein, Graphic Design in the Mechanical Age. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1998.
  • Aleksandr Rodchenko, Vegetable Oil, ca. 1923. From Deborah Rothschild, Ellen Lupton, and Darra Goldstein, Graphic Design in the Mechanical Age. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1998.
  • Bart van der Leck, Delft Salad Oil, 1919. From Deborah Rothschild, Ellen Lupton, and Darra Goldstein, Graphic Design in the Mechanical Age. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1998.
Exhibitions – Art for the Masses: Russian Revolutionary Art from the Merrill C. Berman Collection
  • Vladimir and Georgii Stenberg, Subscribe Now to New World, 1926. From Art for the Masses. Williamstown: Williams College Museum of Art, 1985.
  • Liubov’ Popova, Costume Design for Actor no. 7 in The Magnanimous Cuckold by Crommelynck, 1921. From Art for the Masses. Williamstown: Williams College Museum of Art, 1985.
  • Gustav Klutsis, In Memory of Dead Leaders, ca. 1930. From Art for the Masses.Williamstown: Williams College Museum of Art, 1985.
Biography
  • Photograph by Dean Crawford.