How The World Finally Caught Up With Mid-century Modern Design Pioneer Ruth Adler Schnee | Metro Times


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Winter @ Cranbrook Art Museum: Craft Takes a Bow | Detroit Art Review


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Honing In On The Art of Design | Birmingham Life Magazine


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Textile Artist and Interior Designer Ruth Adler Schnee Still Designing | The Jewish News


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Ruth Adler Schnee Show at Cranbrook | The Detroit News


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Cranbrook Art Museum Hosts New Art and Craft Exhibits for Winter | Macomb Daily


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Ruth Adler Schnee Exhibit Coming To Cranbrook | The Detroit News


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Ruth Adler Schnee: Modern Designs for Living


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This retrospective exhibition of the work of textile and interior designer Ruth Adler Schnee (b. 1923), still in active practice at age 96, affirms her pivotal role in the development of the modern interior. The exhibition presents at its core the body of textile patterns that Adler Schnee has created over the course of her prolific seven-decade career, including the screen-printed fabrics that helped define mid-century American modernism as well as their later translation into woven textiles. These designs become the filament that weaves throughout Adler Schnee’s professional networks, crossing between her and her husband’s retail entrepreneurship and her interior design commissions and architectural collaborations. Born to a German Jewish family in Frankfurt, Germany, her mother’s Bauhaus training and creative circle of friends developed Adler Schnee’s interest in vibrant use of colors, rich textures, modern form, and the thoughtful study of architectural space from an early age. Following the Nazis’ Kristallnacht ...

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