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Hieronymous Bosch meets Julie Speed, paintings by a Chinese artist who now lives
in Munich. At right, "Kardinal II"; At left, "East Meets West," collaborative
self-portrait with Dietmar Gross
This DVD contains excellent documentary films of Partch's music and workplace.
Totally fascinating material.
An interesting documentary that provides excellent perspective into this
omni-present font's place in the world.
A good, perhaps overly detailed, analysis of Joni Mitchell's works, from the
beginning of her career through the most recent. Many of the descriptions of
specific songs reminded me of my first connections with them - um, a few years
An amazing contemporary artist that sculpture enthusiasts should know
Real, provocative, startling images.
Choreographer for musicals "The Pajama Game," "Damn Yankees!," "Sweet Charity,"
"Cabaret," "Pippin," and "Chicago," among others
These volumes in the
(Guide to Imagery series) continue to be of use to students
studying iconography. Over and over again, the answers to meanings of subjects
within artworks are found in these volumes.
The Walker Art Center presents the exhibition Trisha Brown: So That the Audience
Does Not Know Whether I Have Stopped Dancing, the centerpiece of a spectrum of
programs honoring the 40-year career of this contemporary dance icon at a moment of
increasing interest in the broad sweep of her work and its influence. Providing an
in-depth look at Brown’s visual arts practice, the exhibition features a survey of
the artist’s drawings going back thirty-five years, a live early performance work in
the gallery, and videos of seminal early performances.”
from e-flux: (http://www.e-flux.com/shows/view/5332)
Part 2 of this wildly successful and satisfying book series, which connects works
art, architecture, and a variety of other disciplines through patterns.
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