Near Fine. As new copy. 261 pp., illus. (some col.), bib. notes; 28 cm. Includes 174 plates in color and black & white. Dimensions: 27.7 x 22.1 x 1.5 cm Color illus. wraps; 84 bw figures; 83 color, 91 bw plates. \n\nExhibition Catalogue. Accompanied the exhibition of the same name; Includes six essays by various authors, including "Berlin's Path to Modernity" by Peter Jalevich, "The City and Modernity: Art in Berlin and the First World War and Its Aftermath" by Clark V. Poling, and more; Wonderfully illustrated.\n\nDescribes how Berlin became a center of modern art, and shows examples of wor by artists who were attracted to the city\n\nCONTENTS: Sponsor's Statement; Acknowledgements; Foreword, by Gudmund Vigtel; Berlin's Path to Modernity, by Peter Jelavich; Art and the Course of Empire in Nineteenth-Century Berlin, by Francoise Forster-Hahn and Kurt W. Forster; Images of Berlin in the Art of the Secession and Expressionism, by Charles W. Haxthausen; The City and Modernity: Art in Berlin in the First World War and Its Aftermath, by Clark V. Poling; From New Objectivity to Nazi Order, by Gudmund Vigtel; Art in Berlin from 1945 to the Present, by Eberhard Roters; Catalogue of the Exhibition; Lenders to the Exhibition; Checklist of the Exhibition.