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  Dancers on a plane : Cage, Cunningham, Johns

Other(s) author(s) : Francis, Richard, [egile] ; Anthony d'Offay Gallery, [argitaratzaile] ; Sontag, Susan, [egile]Language : EnglishLondon : Thames and Hudson : Anthony d'Offay Gallery, 1990166 orrialde : koloretako eta zuri-beltzeko irudiak ; 30 cm(Ikus) Testua. Irudia (finkoa ; bidimentsiokoa): bitartekorik gabeJohns, Jasper (1930- ) | Cage, John (1912-1992) | Cunningham, Merce (1919-2009)John Cage (Wikipedia eu) | (Wikipedia es) | (Wikipedia en) | Merce Cunningham (Wikipedia es) | (Wikipedia en) | Jasper Johns (Wikipedia eu) | (Wikipedia es) | (Wikipedia en)
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Arteleku 24 CAGE dan (Browse shelf) Checked out 05/05/2020 656168

Testuak: Richard Francis, Mark Rosenthal, Anne Seymour, David Sylvester, David Vaughan, Jasper Johns.

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John Cage, Merce Cunningham, and Jasper Johns have created some of the most provocative and significant music, dance, and visual art of our time. They have been friends throughout their adult lives, and their influence on one another's work and thought has been both subtle and profound. This extraordinary volume offers a revealing study of this work-enriching relationship. The book's many reproductions of John's paintings and drawings, a calligraphic manuscript by Cage, and photographs of Cunningham and his dancers in rehearsal and performance are augmented by commentary from Susan Sontag and essays by David Sylvester (on Cage), David Vaughan (on Cunningham), and Mark Rosenthal (on Johns). Together, words and images give us new insight into the interaction of three artistic disciplines, the sharing of common themes and preoccupations, and the contribution each individual's art makes to a larger whole. The source is the 1989 exhibition presented by the Anthony d'Offay Gallery of London. Writing about the exhibition in The New York Times, John Russell called this book "a contribution of lasting value" to our understanding of a rare friendship and three towering artistic achievements. With 15 full-color reproductions of John's paintings and drawings (including two foldouts), 19 two-color reproductions of pages from a Cage manuscript, and 30 duotone photographs, it will delight and enlighten every lover of contemporary music, dance, and art.

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