Known for its exacting depictions of skyscrapers, factories, machine parts, and other symbols of a burgeoning modernity, Lazevnick focuses on the aesthetic movement of precisionism in this book. Starting and ending with the first Biennial Exhibition of Painting at the Whitney Museum in 1932, Fantasies of Precision (University of Minnesota Press) explores the careers of Charles Sheeler, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Charles Demuth. Lazevnick ultimately redefines the precisionist movement and highlights its importance as one of the redefining movements of artistic modernism.