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“The Art of Concealing Imperfection”

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Léon Bakst and Southern California

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The focus of the essay is on Léon Bakst’s activities in the usa, especially in Los Angeles in 1924, when he lectured at the University of Southern California and at the Biltmore Hotel. The essay also touches on Bakst’s interest in Hollywood and cinema as the “new” medium and on his popularity as a dress and textile designer.

Affiliations: 1: University of Southern; 2: University of Southern


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