“Luxury and Modernism: Architecture and the Object in Germany, 1900-1933,” by Robin Schuldenfrei

5 stars

First off, I love non-fiction books. Light summer reading for me would be non-fiction books with pictures! Luxury and Modernism is that kind of book.

I knew that during the first part of the 20th century, Germany was a powerhouse for modern art. This book does a fantastic job job of explaining this remarkable trend. Knowing what was–and what might have been–is quite stirring. I highly recommend this book.

–Mara J.

Posted in Summer Reading Adult.