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  Quay Brothers on deciphering the pharmacist's prescription for lip-reading puppets

Other(s) author(s) : Delson, Susan, [editore] ; Museum of Modern ArtLanguage : EnglishNew York : The Museum of Modern Art, copyright 201264 orrialde : koloretako argazkiak ; 26 cm(Ikus) Testua: bitartekorik gabeISBN : 9780870708435.Quay Brothers : on deciphering the pharmacist's prescription for lip-reading puppetsExposition | Full text | Quay Brothers (Wikipedia en) | (Wikipedia de ) | (Wikipedia fr)
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The Quay brothers have been vanguard filmmakers for over thirty years, working in a mix of collage, stop motion, live action, and special effects that owes something to earlier surrealist cinematic and graphic traditions but is finally entirely their own. Having invented a distinctive mix of the erotic and the mystical, the Quay twins have produced more than seventy moving-image works since 1979, including feature films, music videos, dance films, documentaries, commercials, and signature personal works that fall outside these genres; they have also designed sets and projections for opera, theater, and concerts as well as installations for galleries and museums. This richly illustrated book presents the full range of the Quays'art, including previously unseen moving-image works and a little-known body of works on paper, including graphic design, drawings, and typography. In addition to essays by Ron Magliozzi and Edwin Carels, it also includes projects written and designed by the Quays.

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