The World of Art Deco  

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The World of Art Deco was the title of an exposition held at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts from July 8 to September 5 1971. The exhibition was curated by British art historian Bevis Hillier, and popularized the term Art Deco. Hillier's 1971 book The World of Art Deco provided a record of the exhibition.




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