August 1962

Table of Contents

  • COLUMNS

  • LETTERS
  • Andy Rocchia on Portland: the juried exhibition
  • ARCHITECTURE

    Kate Trauman Steinitz on The Ideal City Named Sforzinda by Antonio Averlino Filarete (1400–1470)
  • Kate Trauman Steinitz on Simon Rodia’s Tower of Watts, California
  • Robert B. Marquis on the Arts of San Francisco Show
  • Anonymous on the Arts of San Francisco Show
  • Robert B. Marquis on the International Building
  • Anonymous on the International Building
  • Robert B. Marquis on Residence for Mr. and Mrs. Pope
  • Anonymous on the Cyclotron Building
  • Anonymous on the Pope and Henderson Houses
  • Kate Trauman Steinitz on The Palatial Grotto of Postman Ferdinand Cheval in Hauterives (Drome) France, built 1878–1912
  • Kate Trauman Steinitz on Bruno Taut (1880–1938)
  • Kate Trauman Steinitz on The French Revolutionary Architect, Étienne Louis Boullée (1726–1799) and Claude-Nicolas Ledoux (1736–1806)
  • Kate Trauman Steinitz on Antonio Gaudi (1852–1926)
  • Kate Trauman Steinitz on The Merzbau of Kurt Schwitters (1887–1947)
  • Kate Trauman Steinitz on Buckminster Fuller, 1896
  • Kate Trauman Steinitz on FANTASTIC ARCHITECTURE
  • PASSAGES

    Mary Fuller on Lucien Labaudt: In Memoriam
  • BOOKS

    Philip Leider on Peter Selz’s The Work of Jean Dubuffet
  • PREVIEWS

  • Exhibition Preview

    Jules Langsner on William Waldron
  • FEATURES

  • Without Reservation
    Sister Magdalen Mary
  • Seattle
    From the Northwest Coast Indian Art Exhibition at the Seattle World’s Fair
  • Arthur Okamura
  • Tamarind
    Arthur Secunda
  • John Baxter
  • REVIEWS