Angelina Lippert

Angelina Lippert is a museum curator and graphic design historian. She is the Chief Curator and Director of Content for Poster House in New York City, the first museum in the United States dedicated to the art and history of posters.

She has lectured at myriad venues, including Columbia University, NYU, the Sotheby's Institute of Art, Hamilton Wayzgoose, Pratt, The New York Times, and The Cooper Union, and is currently working on a book on the history of advertising New York City.

Her academic expertise covers such diverse topics as food and wine, opera, theater, and fashion, and her dissertation at the Courtauld in London focused on the Soviet avant-garde.

Books by Angelina Lippert

Book Reviews by Angelina Lippert

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Looking at Mexico / Mexico Looks Back is a slim, bilingual coffee table book highlighting the photography of Janet Sternburg, a woman far better known for her writing.

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It is probably fair to say that even the most avid fashionista is not aware that the Kering group—a multinational corporation that owns everything from Gucci to Alexander McQueen to Yves Saint Laur

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“a rather gripping story of a series of objects and their makers and how exile and emigration created a ripple effect  . . . that is . . .

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Every year since 1994, Vanity Fair has hosted a star-studded Oscar celebration.

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“some 200 pages of great, intelligently lit photography that shows off the lush fabric choices and clear vision of one of the most interesting designers of the last 50 years.”

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“a snarky, slapstick, clever buddy comedy in printed form where each riffs off the other’s talents, making Hell a hell of a lot of fun.”

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“one of the best books on fashion history to come out in the last year. Through excellent photography and sharp, insightful text, this tome packs more of a punch . . .”

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“essentially sums up Roland’s oeuvre: functional, but not fabulous.”

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What exactly is internet art? Is it art made online? Art intended to be experienced on a browser?

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“Compared to other art history texts on the market, The Art Museum is very readable.”

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“may actually be the best book of his work, celebrating a commercial artist having fun with his assignments before entering the stage in his career that made him one of the great designers

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“One cannot flip through this book without feeling joy, confronted by page after page of vibrant, delightful imagery, beautifully reproduced and exquisitely colored.”

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“a celebration of Lagerfeld’s 36 years at the helm of a brand that he single-handedly took from its death throes and turned it into the most celebrated and revered house of couture in the w

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The Blonds, David and Phillippe, should be more famous than they are. Their work is extraordinary. Their artistry is somewhere between haute couture and a Brazilian Mardis Gras float.