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International exhibition


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International exhibition

International exhibition

IBA (Internationale Bau-Ausstellung (International Building Exhibition) )

IBA (Internationale Bau-Ausstellung (International Building Exhibition))

International Exhibition of Arts, Manufacturers, and Products of the Soil and Mine

International Exhibition of Arts, Manufacturers, and Products of the Soil and Mine

PAYNE, (Andrew John) Sebastian (born 1947), Buyer, International Exhibition Co-operative Wine Society, since 2012 (Chief Buyer, 1985–2012)

OBRIST, Hans Ulrich (born 1968), Co-Director, Exhibitions and Programmes, and Director, International Projects, Serpentine Gallery, since 2006

TALMAGE, Algernon (died 1939), Gold Medallist and Hors Concours, Paris Salon, and Pittsburg International Exhibitions; official artist for Canadian Government in France, 1918

The Culture of Regionalism: Art, Architecture and International Exhibitions in France, Germany and Spain, 1890–1939, by Eric Storm

BIDWELL, Hugh (Charles Philip) (1934 - 2013), Deputy Chairman, ITE Group plc (formerly International Trade & Exhibitions J/V Ltd), 1996–2003; Lord Mayor of London, 1989–90

Convention respecting International Exhibitions between Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland, signed at Berlin, 26 October 1912

WHITE, Edward (died 1952), landscape architect and expert in horticulture; President, Institute of Landscape Architects, 1931–32 and 1932–33; Victorian medal of Horticulture; Hon. Managing Director of Royal International Horticultural Exhibition, 1912; Consultant Landscape Architect to British Empire Exhibition, 1924; Diplôme de Grand Prix Brussels Exposition, 1935

MARK-WARDLAW, (retired) Alexander Livingston Penrose (1891 - 1975), Governing Director, Loseberry Enterprises; UK Representative, 1st Genoa International Nautical and Telecommunications Exhibition, 1963; President of Honour, International Cargo Handling Co-ordination Association (ICHCA), since September 1959 (Co-Founder and President Executive, 1951–59); UK Representative: CRM Milan; Autronica Norway; Werkspoor NV; Vredestein-International of The Hague; Rudolf Bauer, Austria

Designing the Centennial: A History of the 1876 International Exhibition in Philadelphia. By Bruno Giberti. (Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 2002. xii, 304 pp. $50.00, ISBN 0-8131-2231-7.)

War, Judgement and Memory in the Basque Borderlands, 1914–1945At the Border. Margins and Peripheries in Modern FranceColonial Borderlands: France and the Netherlands in the Atlantic in the Nineteenth CenturyThe Culture of Regionalism. Art, Architecture and international exhibitions in France, Germany and Spain, 1890–1939

ALLOM, Charles Carrick (1865 - 1947), Founder of White, Allom & Co., London, Montreal, New York, decorative artists and contractors, Contractors to Admiralty and War Office for High Explosive Shells, architectural contractors, London and New York; Past President Faculty Architects and Surveyors; Registered Architect; Vice-President Incorporated Association Architects; Architects Registration Council; Founder of Gosport Aircraft Company; Member of Board of Education’s Advisory Committee on Art Education; Local Government Board Buildings Committee and Reconstruction Council; Royal Commissioner, Brussels, Turin and Rome International Exhibitions 1911 and 1912; Council Empire Exhibition, 1923; Council Yacht Racing Association; Ex-Commodore Royal London Yacht Club

SAUTER, George (1866 - 1937), painter; Commander of the Order of Francis Joseph, Austria; Knight of the Order of St Michael, 4th Class, Bavaria; Knight of the Order of the Zähringer Lœwe, Baden; Freedom of the Friedrich Schiller University, Jena; Senator of the Deutsche Akademie; Member of Council of the International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers, London; Corresponding Member of the Secession of Vienna and the Société Royale des Beaux Arts, Brussels, etc.; holder of various gold medals from international exhibitions; Silver Medal and Thousand Dollar Prize of the Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh

CHISHOLM, Samuel (1836 - 1923), Lord Provost of Glasgow; Lord Lieutenant of the County of the City of Glasgow; Chairman of the Clyde Navigation Trustees; Member of the Carnegie Education Trust, 1899–1902; Chairman of the Executive Council of the Glasgow International Exhibition 1901; Chairman of Housing Commission; Hon. President of Glasgow Foundry Boys Religious Society; Chairman of Glasgow and West of Scotland College of Domestic Science

 

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