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Inside Culture: Art and Class in the American Home
Dubbed as "You Are What You Hang (or Don't)" by the New York Times, Inside Culture takes us on a tour of 160 homes in andaround New York City, from affluent townhouses on Manhattan's Upper EastSide and rowhouses in blue-collar Brooklyn to middle and upper-classsuburbs of Long Island. The result is an unprecedented portrait of theuse of cultural...
Dubbed as "You Are What You Hang (or Don't)" by the New York Times, Inside Culture takes us on a tour of 160 homes in andaround New York City, from affluent townhouses on Manhattan's Upper EastSide and rowhouses in blue-collar Brooklyn to middle and upper-classsuburbs of Long Island. The result is an unprecedented portrait of theuse of cultural artifacts—fine art, photographs, religious art—inprivate lives."This is a first-class addition to what we know about culture in thespecific rather than the abstract."—Howard S. Becker, Contemporary Sociology"This book is well worth reading, especially in your own home."—EugeneHalton, American Journal of Sociology"David Halle's researches earned him a license amateur voyeurs wouldkill for. . . . Refreshing for readers outside his discipline."—PeterCampbell, London Review of Books"[This book] tells us interesting things about ourselves. . . . Itaffords us a birds-eye view of American culture from which we can see .. . unsuspected patterns of tastes and acquisitions."—James Gardner,Washington Times "[A] voyeuristic thrill. . . . Lucid and entertaining. . . . Afascinating book that will open the eyes of anyone who's ever gliblysaid about art, 'I know what I like.' After reading Inside Culture, they'll also know a little bit more about why."—MaureenCorrigan, New York Observer
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