1 edition of The Festival of Britain found in the catalog.
The Festival of Britain
by I.B.Tauris & Co., Distributed in the United States by Palgrave Macmillan in London, New York, New York
Written in English
The Festival of Britain in 1951 transformed the way people saw their war-ravaged nation. Giving Britons an intimate experience of contemporary design and modern building, it helped them accept a landscape under reconstruction, and brought hope of a better world to come. Drawing on previously unseen sketches and plans, photographs and interviews, The Festival of Britain: A Land and Its People travels beyond the Festival"s spectacular centrepiece at London"s South Bank, to show how the Festival made the whole country an exhibition ground with events to which hundreds of the country"s greatest architects, artists and designers contributed. It explores exhibitions in Poplar, Battersea and South Kensington in London; Belfast, Glasgow and Wales; a touring show carried on four lorries and another aboard an ex-aircraft carrier. It reveals how all these exhibitions and also plays, poetry, art and films commissioned for the Festival had a single focus: to unite "the land and people of Britain".
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Harriet Atkinson with a foreword by Mary Banham|
|LC Classifications||DA22.A1 A85 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, 242 p. :|
|Number of Pages||242|
|ISBN 10||1848857926, 1780763271|
|ISBN 10||9781848857926, 9781780763279|
|LC Control Number||2012427077|
Amateur colour film shot by Arthur Green, a Greater London Council Assistant Scientific Officer, recording his visit to the Festival of Britain, South Bank Exhibition, London and the Festival Pleasure Gardens, Battersea Park, London, sometime between 4/5/ and 30/9/ Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Festival of Britain by Paul Rennie (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
Festival of Britain in colour (HQ). Festival of Britain by Erich Kästner Fiction, Romance, 's, Festival of Britain, Historical. Ever wanted to buy a book but could not because it was too expensive? worry not! because Bookchor is here! Bookchor, these days in news,is being called as the Robinhood of .
The Acoustic Festival of Britain, Uttoxeter. 8, likes 5 talking about this 2, were here. The Acoustic Festival offers unplugged and acoustic music covering live /5(). Festival of Britain: Catalogue of Exhibits. South Bank Exhibition, Type: Exhibition catalogue. Publisher & Place of Publication: H. M. Stationery Office, London. Publication Date: Number of Pages: Collection: National Art Library. Collection Physical Description: Festival of Britain catalogues.. Collection Context: Bound volume of catalogues relating to the Festival .
Animadversions on a postscript to the defence of Dr. Sherlock, against the calm discourse of the sober enquirer
This is Brazil.
Specification of veteran status in estimating post-service civilian earnings
Confronting postmaternal thinking
Interest group politics
Qualitative research in counselling and psychotherapy
National forest system roadless area review and evaluation (RARE II)
No small change
General orders. Head-quarters, Roxbury, March 30, 1799.
CENTO Traveling Seminar on the Marketing of Livestock and Livestock Products.
Christ in Bangladesh
The impetuous twin
National transportation statistics.
The Festival of Britain, The official book of the Festival of Britain, Unknown Binding – Import, by Festival of Britain (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Festival of Britain. Festival Of Britain Paperback – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" — — $ Paperback from $ Manufacturer: H.M. Stationery Office. The Festival of Britain: A Land and its People is a detailed survey of a country rebuilding itself and provides a vital chapter in the history of British design.' (Creative Review) 'This book does a wonderful job of describing what went on behind the scenes and why the exhibitions were such The Festival of Britain book great success.5/5(5).
The Festival of Britain in transformed the way people saw their war-ravaged nation. Giving Britons an intimate experience of contemporary design and modern building, it helped them accept a.
Summary: The Festival of Britain,left behind more memories than solid structures. This collection of essays brings together the recollections of those who took part with studies of personalities such as Sir Gerald Barry, the main London sites at South Bank, Battersea and Lansbury, and some of the many activities outside London.
A Festival of Britain Exhibition organised by the Institute of Contemporary Arts by arrangement with the Arts Council of Great Britain. FESTIVAL OF BRITAIN.
Published by Arts Council of Great Britain. "About Britain: No 10 The Lakes to Tyneside" General Editor Geoffrey Grigson Note: Published for the Festival of Britain Office by Collins. There were thirteen titles in this series of guide books which covered all areas of the United Kingdom.
The Festival of Britain emblem, designed by Abram Games, on the cover of the South Bank Exhibition Guide Although it was a national event London, was most certainly at its heart - particularly as the centrepiece of the Festival was constructed on a 27 acre area on the South Bank of the Thames in Lambeth.
This book is the first to present the story of the Festival of Britain, held inthrough its souvenirs. These objects were produced to commemorate The Tonic to the Nation. Retrospectively, they testify to the enormous popular appeal of the Festival/5(3).
“The Festival of Britain – A list of information sources” By John Kirby Published “A Tonic to the Nation” Edited by Mary Banham and Bevis Hillier Published “A Tonic to the Nation” Leaflet about 25th Anniversary Exhibition commemorating the Festival of Britain “The Official Book of the Festival of Britain” Price.
The Skylon Tower, Festival of Britain The main site featured the largest dome in the world at the time, standing 93 feet tall with a diameter of feet. This held exhibitions on the theme of discovery such as the New World, the Polar regions, the Sea, the Sky and Outer Space.
Cover of the official guide book to the festival of Britain Science Exhibition, South Kensington, London featuring the iconic image of Britannia designed by Abram Games.
The exhibition also marked the centenary of the Great Exhibition of Vintage graphics for editorial use only. Harriet Atkinson is author of ‘ The Festival of Britain: A Land and Its People ’, published by IB Tauris. The University of Brighton Design Archives is an internationally significant scholarly resource focusing on British design and global design organisations in the twentieth century.
An illustrated book on the Festival of Britain, edited by Alan Powers, will be published next month by the Twentieth Century Society, £ The Society is also releasing a video, Brief City, a. The Festival of Britain is remembered as an uplifting moment for a nation recovering from war.
Iain Sinclair, who visited it aged eight, reflects on the celebrations to mark its 60th anniversary Author: Iain Sinclair. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Great Britain. Festival of Britain Office. Festival of Britain.
London, H.M. Stationery Off.] (OCoLC) Book Description. Long remembered chiefly for its modernist exhibitions on the South Bank in London, the Festival of Britain also showcased British artistic creativity in all its forms. Festival of Britain 'A tonic for the nation' It was described as a "tonic for the nation" but what was the Festival of Britain all about.
3 R.C. Richardson, «Cultural Mapping in The Festival of Britain Regional Guidebooks» Literat 9 A series of 13 guides to regional areas was however produced, based on pre-war guides which had been sold to newly affluent middle-class tourists, but those produced in were different in that they depicted "ordinary" Britain alongside the usual picturesque : Moya Jones.
Description: This exceptional book is the first full-length study on the Festival of Britain. As a consciously constructed cultural and educational event, or rather series of events, the Festival provides an opportunity to see a society and a government struggling to recast national identity after the experience of World War II.
Plan or illustrated map of the Festival of Britain Pleasure Gardens, Battersea Park, London, It appeared in the Sphere magazine in 2 June – a special edition to mark the Festival of Britain that year – and highlights the attractions and events in the park.The Festival of Britain in transformed the way people saw their war-ravaged nation.
Giving Britons an intimate experience of contemporary design and modern building, it helped them accept a landscape under reconstruction, and brought hope of a better world to come.A clean tight copy of the programme for the Festival of Britain. 96pp plus adverts.
A robustly bound clean copy. In addition inlaid into the programme is a 4pp guide to the Festival entertainments on offer in June of in the Pleasure Gardens of .