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Robert Kostka: "Between Paradigms" and "A Sense of Wonder" [TWO ILLUSTRATED EXHIBITION BROCHURES]

By Robert Kostka and Robert Emory Johnson

Medford, Oregon: Mustard Press, 1992. The first catalogue documents a touring exhibition featuring two Oregon artists, Kostka and Johnson. CONTENTS: Introduction; Kostka Statement and Biographical Notes; Johnson Statement and Biographical Notes; 43 illustrations, many in full color. 28 pages. The second catalogue records the 2006 exhibition opening Memorial tribute to Robert Kostka (1928-2005), held at the Meridian Gallery in San Francisco. CONTENTS: Robert Kostka (Peter Selz); Art and Nature (Richard H.W. Brauer); The Dreams of a Drawing (Kostka); Dragon Line Series; Solar Barge and Oracle Series; Musical Vision (Richard Cameron-Wolfe); Kostka Chronology; 28 illustrations, many in full color. 18 pages. CONDITION: Both are solid, unmarked and uncreased, with negligible shelf-wear (though "Paradigms" has light rubbing on its back cover). These beautiful documents are now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Stapled Wraps. Fine. 6" x 9". Exhibition Catalogues.

$21.38

Centering - In Pottery, Poetry, and the Person
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Centering - In Pottery, Poetry, and the Person

By Richards, M.C. [Mary Caroline]

Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press, 1989. A classic in the literature of sel-f realization and self-awareness. CONTENTS: Foreword to the Second Edition (Matthew Fox, 1988); New Introduction (M.C. Richards); The Arithmetic, the Bush, and the Plan; [I] Centering as Dialogue; [II] Centering as Transformation; [III] Poetry; [IV] Pedagogy; [V] Ordeal by Fire: Evolution of Person; [VI] Recovery of the Child in Manhood. About the Authors. 159 pages. CONDITION: A bright, tight, square, unmarked, uncreased copy with light shelf-wear - now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag.. Second Edition. Large Trade Paperback. Near Fine. Illus. by George Ancona (cover). 7" x 8.25".

$11.16

Mystical Symbolism: The Salon de la Rose+croix in Paris, 1892-1897
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Mystical Symbolism: The Salon de la Rose+croix in Paris, 1892-1897

By Greene, Vivien; Jumeau-Lafond, Jean-David; Silver, Kenneth; Barotto, Ylinka; Guignard, Caroline; Hokanson, Alison; Lauricella, Natalia; Stevenson, Glynnis

New York: Guggenheim Museum Publications, 2017. Bound in red velvet with gold-stamped lettering to conjure the evocative atmosphere of the Salons, the catalog features essays about the history, themes and often spiritual aims of the Rose+Croix (Vivien Greene), its reception by the press and the public in the 1890s (Jean-David Jumeau-Lafond) and the importance of spiritualism to early 20th-century abstraction (Kenneth E. Silver). This richly illustrated volume also contains 46 color plates, entries on each exhibited artist and a bibliography of contemporary sources on Symbolist art. Among the salon participants were artists Pierre Amédée Marcel-Béronneau, Jean Delville, Fernand Khnopff, Charles Maurin, Armand Point, Alexandre Séon and Félix Vallotton. 112 pages. CONDITION: A bright, tight, square, unmarked copy with negligible shelf-wear and a pristine interior - now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag. To be securely packed and promptly shipped.. First Edition - First Printing. Hard Cover - Cloth Spine. As New (Very Fine)/No Jacket (as issued). 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Deluxe Exhibition Catalogue.

$40.38

Apraksin Blues - No. 14 - "Another Game" (2007) [RUSSIAN-LANGUAGE ARTS JOURNAL]
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Apraksin Blues - No. 14 - "Another Game" (2007) [RUSSIAN-LANGUAGE ARTS JOURNAL]

By Tatyana Apraksina, John Dotson, Olga Meerson, Marina Unksova, Albert Einstein, James Mantieth, Pablo Tisdeia, N. Serov, Alexander Markovich, and Franz Kamin, contributors

Arroyo Seco, California: Apraksin Blues, 1995. A remarkable Russian-language arts journal, founded in September 1995 and edited by poet-painter Tatyana Apraksina. CONTENTS: Another Game (mondo blues) [Apraksina]; Connected Disconnectedness [Dotson]; Heart of Stone? What Is It? [Meerson]; Nonconformism and Modernity [Unksova]; Religion and Science: Irreconcilable? [Einstein]; Civilized Garden [Mantieth]; Blues Unloving the Blues [Tisdeya]; Ritual Palette of Red Girls [Serov]; West-Eastern Cross [Apraksina]; Trinity Evolution in Three Revelations of Art [Markovich]; Like Alexander [Scriabin]'s Son [Kamin]; Other People [Apraksina]; Letters. 74 pages. CONDITION: a new, manufacturer-sealed, bright, tight, unmarked, uncreased copy. This beautiful, sealed copy is additionally rnclosed in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Side-Stapled Wraps. As New (Very Fine). Illus. by Tatiana Apraksina. 8.5" x 11". Journal.

$9.50

Ars ... ex Machina - Computer Art 1994 (Illustrated Calendar/Appointment Book)
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Ars ... ex Machina - Computer Art 1994 (Illustrated Calendar/Appointment Book)

By Contributing Artists: Randy Sowash, Dorothy Simpson Krause, Daniel Thalman, Nadia Magnenat Thalman, Allen Toney, Robert W. Hill, Joan Truckenbrod, Gary F. Clark, David Allen Parish, Anne Marie LeBlanc, Karin Schminke, Anne Farrell (others listed below)

Athens, Greece: Delta Computing, 1994. A cornucopia of computer-generated/enhanced artwork, each full-page image situated above weekly calendar pages (54+ images). There is a full 1994 calendar and daily planner in the front and a 1995 daily planner at the end. **Artists not listed above: David Scott Leibowitz, Greg Carter, Nancy P. Wilson, Terry Houseworth, Ian D. Entwistle, David J. Spohn, Victor Osaka, Rod Bradfield, Anna Ursyn, Joanna Morrison, Lynn Crimzon, Nance Paternoster, Victor Wong, Annette Weintraub, Hui-Chu Ying, and Don Woo (some contributors represented with more than one image). CONDITION: a bright, tight, square, unmarked copy with minimal shelf-wear (only some small corner scuffs). This handsome copy is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag.. Photo-Illustrated Hard Covers. Near Fine. 7.75" x 9.75". Art Book.

$16.63

Fulcrum - Number Five - an Annual of Poetry and Aesthetics - 2006
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Fulcrum - Number Five - an Annual of Poetry and Aesthetics - 2006

By Sean O'Riordan, Charles Baudelaire, Guillaume Apollinaire, Carlos Drummond, Arthur Rimbaud, Gerard Malanga, Marjorie Perloff, Pierre Joris, Renee Ashley, John Brooks Wheelwright, Malcolm Cowley, R.P. Blackmur, Dudley Fitts, and many other Contributors

Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA: Fulcrum, 2006. "A unique annual of literary and intellectual substance." Signed and Inscribed by Editor Philip Nikolayev. CONTENTS: See the three accompanying scan images of the Table of Contents. 544 pages. CONDITION: a bright, solid, square, unmarked, possibly unread Fine Minus copy with minimal shelf-wear and a small, ultra-faint back cover corner crease - its interior pristine. This beautiful copy is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag.. Large Softcover. Fine Minus. Illus. by e.e.cummings, Esther Pullman. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Journal.

$13.78

Apraksin Blues - Signal Edition # 10/18 "Inversion" (2002)  [ARTS JOURNAL - ENGLISH EDITION]
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Apraksin Blues - Signal Edition # 10/18 "Inversion" (2002) [ARTS JOURNAL - ENGLISH EDITION]

By Tatyana Apraksina, A.A Kurbanovsky, David K. Hugus, Michael Bogan, Margot Grych, and James Wesley Mantieth, contributors

Monterey, California: Apraksin Blues, 2003. A remarkable Russian-language arts journal, founded in September 1995 and edited by poet-painter Tatyana Apraksina, this issue consisting of English translations from the June 2002 Russian edition by James Wesley Mantieth. CONTENTS: See accompanying scan image of the Table of Contents. 60 pages. CONDITION: a bright, tight, unmarked copy with negligible shelf-wear (creased only on the straight scored line adjacent to the binding staples). This handsome copy is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Side-Stapled Wraps. Fine. Illus. by Tatiana Apraksina. 8.5" x 11". Journal.

$9.50

Apraksin Blues - Signal Edition No. 11 "Without and Within" (2003)  [ARTS JOURNAL - ENGLISH EDITION]
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Apraksin Blues - Signal Edition No. 11 "Without and Within" (2003) [ARTS JOURNAL - ENGLISH EDITION]

By Tatyana Apraksina, James Wesley Mantieth, M.V. Sukhorukova, Steven Fernandez, Carol Kobus, Shirley Jaster, Nicholas Lee, Vasily Lopata, Irina Kerner, Alek and Irina Rapoport, Israel Kremen, David Weinberg, and Yevgeny Torchinov, contributors

Seaside, California: Apraksin Blues, 2003. A remarkable Russian-language arts journal, founded in September 1995 and edited by poet-painter Tatyana Apraksina, this issue consisting of English translations from the 2003 Russian edition by James Wesley Mantieth. CONTENTS: See accompanying scan image of the Table of Contents. 76 pages. CONDITION: a bright, tight, unmarked copy with negligible shelf-wear (creased only on the straight scored line adjacent to the binding staples). This handsome copy is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Side-Stapled Wraps. Fine. Illus. by Tatiana Apraksina & Morley Baer. 8.5" x 11". Journal.

$9.50

Pop Void #1
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Pop Void #1

By Jim Morton, Barry Alfonso, and Boyd Rice, Editors; Dave Swan, Margaret Donsbach); Mike Wilkins, J.C. Garrett, Heather McCollom

San Francisco, California: Pop Void Publications, 1987. A handsome Near Fine copy of this exceedingly scarce journal of American "pop culture". CONTENTS: Pop Top (Morton); Those Keane Kids (Morton); Cars and Death - The World of Henry Gregor Felsen (Morton); The Champagne Cult - A Tour of Lawrence Welk's Country Club Village Estates (Rice); Ed Wood Jr. - The Forgotten Author (Morton); I'm strong, but I like roses - A New Look at Rod McKuen (Alfonso); Next Year's Model - Automotive Design in the Fifties (Dave Swan); Peridromophilia Unbound - William James Sidis (Morton); Casa Bonita - The Disneyland of Diners (Morton); Goofy Grape, Where Are You? - The Funny Face Story (Margaret Donsbach); The Tonga Room (Morton); Some Velvet Morning - Lee Hazelwood and the Gods (Morton); The Great American Dinner - Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Dinners (Morton); Bathtime Fun! - '60s Novelty Soaps (Rice); Broiled or Fried? - Understanding the Burger King/McDonald's Dichotomy (Mike Wilkins); Naked in Paradise - Social Nudism in America (J. C. Garrett); Paper Dresses (Heather McCollom); The Gum Report; Conspiracy Corner; Voidshelf; Index. 112 pages. CONDITION: A bright, solid, unmarked, uncreased copy with minimal shelf-wear on edges and corners. This attractive, collectible copy is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag.. Large Softcover. Near Fine. Illus. by Deborah Valentine (cover art). 8.5" x 10.75". Journal - Magazine.

$54.63

Ars ... ex Machina - Computer Art 1995 (Illustrated Calendar/Appointment Book)
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Ars ... ex Machina - Computer Art 1995 (Illustrated Calendar/Appointment Book)

By Contributing Artists: Randy Sowash, Laurens Lapre, Dorothy Simpson Krause, Dennis Orlando, Allen Toney, Gil Bruvel, Anna Ursyn, Greg Carter, Robert W. Hill, Barbara Keim, Karin Schminke, George Cramer, Alan Napier, Ron Mason, David Apikian (others below)

Athens, Greece: Delta Computing, 1995. A cornucopia of computer-generated/enhanced artwork, each full-page image situated above weekly calendar pages (54+ images). There is a full 1995 calendar and daily planner in the front and a 1996 daily planner at the end. **Artists not listed above: Daniel Thalman & Nadia Magnenat Thalman, Patrice M. Warrender, Daria Shirley, Gary F. Clark, Dean Caprario, Thomas Ward, and Rodney Chang (most contributors represented with more than one image). CONDITION: a bright, tight, square, unmarked copy with negligible shelf-wear and a bumped spine end.This handsome copy is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag.. Photo-Illustrated Hard Covers. Near Fine. 7.75" x 9.75". Art Book.

$16.63

Apraksin Blues - Greatest Hits in Translation: The Twentieth Century, Volume One (1995-96)  [ARTS JOURNAL]
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Apraksin Blues - Greatest Hits in Translation: The Twentieth Century, Volume One (1995-96) [ARTS JOURNAL]

By Tatyana Apraksina, James Mantieth, Julian Kachalin, Liu Zhenxao, Alan Tavitkian, Gabriella Komleva, Irina Yelcheva, Fiegl Miegl, and Paulina Krilova, contributors

Seaside, California: Apraksin Blues, 2002. A remarkable Russian-language arts journal, founded in September 1995 and edited by poet-painter Tatyana Apraksina. This issue reprints previously-issued material in excellent English translations by James Weslet mantieth CONTENTS: See accompanying scan image of the Table of Contents __ pages. CONDITION: a bright, tight, unmarked, uncreased copy with minimal shelf-wear - now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Stapled Wraps. Fine. Illus. by Tatiana Apraksina. 8.5" x 11". Journal.

$9.50

The American Stage - Social and Economic Issues from the Colonial Period to the Present
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The American Stage - Social and Economic Issues from the Colonial Period to the Present

By Oscar G. Brockett, Douglas McDermott, Peter A. Davis, Vera Mowry Roberts, Rosemarie K. Bank, Bruce A. McConachie, Walter J. Meserve, Marvin Carlson, Errol Hill, Felicia Hardison Londre, Brooks McNamara, Stephen M. Archer, others

Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1993. A thought-provoking book focused "on the economic and social forces which shaped American theatre throughout its 250-year history." Ron Engle & Tice L. Miller, Editors. CONTENTS: See the accompanying scans of the Table of Contents. 344 pages. Contributors not listed above include Ronald H. Wainscott, Charles H. Shattuck, Barry B. Witham, Daniel J. Watermeier, Thomas Postlewait, Alan Woods, Margaret M. Knapp, Stephen Langley, and Don B. Wilmeth. CONDITION: The book itself is bright, tight, and square, with minimal shelf-wear, unmarked but for a gift inscription on the front free endpaper. The dustjacket - now in a clear mylar (removable) protective cover - is complete, unmarked, and uncreased, with minimal edge- and corner-wear.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$23.75

Decorative Arts of the USSR [1989 Russian-Language Journal] -  Issue 375
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Decorative Arts of the USSR [1989 Russian-Language Journal] - Issue 375

By Yuri Kurbatov, Mikhail Kupovich, Natalia Semenova, Viktor Berezkin, Mikhail Trofimenkov, Vladimir Shinkarev, Lyubov Gurevich, Alexei Tarkhanov, Yulia Solovieva, Olga Kostina, Selena Andreeva, Ilya Lekhava, Alexander Kantsedikas, Lyubov Savelieva, More

Moscow: Soviet Artist, 1989. No.2 (Issue 375). An outstanding journal, established in 1957 by the just-created Union of Artists of the USSR - SIGNED by one of the contributors. The highlight of this particular large-format issue is an extended illustrated article about the Mitki group (signed and inscribed by one of the Mitki members, with whom I met in 1989). The Mitki - or Mitky - movement originally emerged from Vladimir Shinkarev’s literary work Mitki, which consists of eight chapters. The first five chapters were written between 1984 and 1985, though the book was not finished until four years later. The complete version was officially published in 1990. It encompasses a collection of ironic and absurd essays, anecdotes, conversations and opinions on different cultural subjects, which extend artistic sensibility and development into a comprehensive and cohesive life philosophy that even includes a specifically developed language. Although Mitki is fictional it draws on the characteristics of real people, combining these to create Mityok, the archetypal member of the Mitki group who acts on the instructions provided by the Mitki script. The Mitki group consisted of a number of St. Petersburg friends and artists of which were the main members Vladimir Shinkarev, Alexander Florensky and Dmitri Shagin. Shinkarev's eponymous book supplied the group with the manifesto for their emergent movement. // The first collective exhibition of Mitki paintings in 1984 ended peacefully, but the second in St. Petersburg was raided by police. After Glasnost the group's work became accepted and was soon shown beyond St. Petersburg. Mitki, written before and after Mikhail Gorbachev’s Perestroika in 1987, expresses the transitions and associated anxieties of its time. Shinkarev and Florensky both left the Mitki group to develop their own work in the new Russia. // The Mitki do not promote specific artistic principles, being instead united by a certain collective spirit: an optimistic and straightforward world-view, representation of the wide breadth of the Russian soul, respect for art, humour and freedom. [I've included a couple scans of their art-work.] Their official slogan is "The Mitki don't want to defeat anybody, which is why they will conquer the world." CONTENTS: See accompanying scan of the Table of Contents. 52 pages. [Additional contributors: Fidail Ibragimov and Mara Shashkina.] CONDITION: a bright, unmarked, uncreased copy with light shelf-wear plus some discoloration on the back cover - its center page detached from the staples. This nevertheless quite attractive copy is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Signed by Artist. Stapled Wraps. Very Good. Illus. by Mitki Artists. 9" x 13". Journal - Magazine.

$26.13

Apraksin Blues - No. 14 - "Another Game" (2007) [RUSSIAN-LANGUAGE ARTS JOURNAL]
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Apraksin Blues - No. 14 - "Another Game" (2007) [RUSSIAN-LANGUAGE ARTS JOURNAL]

By Tatyana Apraksina, John Dotson, Olga Meerson, Marina Unksova, Albert Einstein, James Mantieth, Pablo Tisdeia, N. Serov, Alexander Markovich, and Franz Kamin, contributors

Arroyo Seco, California: Apraksin Blues, 1995. A remarkable Russian-language arts journal, founded in September 1995 and edited by poet-painter Tatyana Apraksina. CONTENTS: Another Game (mondo blues) [Apraksina]; Connected Disconnectedness [Dotson]; Heart of Stone? What Is It? [Meerson]; Nonconformism and Modernity [Unksova]; Religion and Science: Irreconcilable? [Einstein]; Civilized Garden [Mantieth]; Blues Unloving the Blues [Tisdeya]; Ritual Palette of Red Girls [Serov]; West-Eastern Cross [Apraksina]; Trinity Evolution in Three Revelations of Art [Markovich]; Like Alexander [Scriabin]'s Son [Kamin]; Other People [Apraksina]; Letters. 74 pages. CONDITION: a bright, tight, unmarked, uncreased Fine Minus copy with negligible shelf-wear, a small bend at the bottom-right corner of its page-block. This handsome copy is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Side-Stapled Wraps. Near Fine. Illus. by Tatiana Apraksina. 8.5" x 11". Journal.

$9.03

Ars ... ex Machina - Computer Art 1996 (Illustrated Calendar/Appointment Book)
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Ars ... ex Machina - Computer Art 1996 (Illustrated Calendar/Appointment Book)

By Contributing Artists: Dorothy Simpson Krause, Lawrence L. Payne, Karin Schminke, Anna Ursyn, Jacqueline Vansen, Allen Toney, Gary F. Clark, Joanna Morrison, Robert W. Hill, Barbara Keim, Dean Caprario, David Apikian, Alan Napier, and Lee Hatfield

Athens, Greece: Delta Computing, 1996. A cornucopia of computer-generated/enhanced artwork, each full-page image situated above weekly calendar pages (54+ images). There is a full 1996 calendar and daily planner in the front and a full 1997 calendar and daily planner at the end. (most contributors represented with more than one image) CONDITION: a bright, unmarked, uncreased copy with negligible shelf-wear - now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Spiral Bound Stiff Covers. Fine. 7.75" x 9.75". Art Book.

$17.81

Lessons for 'Orly
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Lessons for 'Orly

By Apraksina, Tatyana

Apraksin Blues, 2003. The artist's revelatory "brief segments" on creativity, translated by James Manteith. CONTENTS: Introduction; the 64 "lessons" (letters, as philosophical narratives). 79 pages, generously illustrated. CONDITION: a bright, tight, square, unmarked, possibly unread copy with negligible shelf-wear and a faint crease at the bottom of the back cover - now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag.. First Edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Illus. by M. Bogan & T. Apraksina. 5.5" x 7.5". Chap Book.

$11.88

Contemporary Dance in the Former Soviet Union [TEXT IN RUSSIAN ONLY]
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Contemporary Dance in the Former Soviet Union [TEXT IN RUSSIAN ONLY]

By Ekaterina Vasenina, Svetlana Ulanovskaya, Flyura Musina and Gulnara Saitova, Inta Balode, Vita Mozuraite and Elena Medina, Nazokat Klicheva, Lilia Cevastyanova, Vadim Gaevsky, Liubov Avdeyeva, Aleksandr Manshylin, and Kheili Einasto, contributors

Moscow, Russia: Journal "Ballet" & Studio "Motion Design", 2013. One of a Limited Edition of 1,000 copies. This is an outstanding, revelatory overview of contemporary dance activity in the former Soviet republics: Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, and Estonia - edited by Ekaterina Vasenina. CONTENTS: See accompanying scan image (in Russian) of the Table of Contents. 324 pages, generously illustrated with black-and-white photos. CONDITION: a bright, tight, square, unmarked, likely unread copy with negligible shelf-wear. This handsome copy, hard to find outside Eastern Europe, is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag.. First Edition. Decorative Hard Cover. As New (Fine)/No Jacket (as issued). 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Limited Edition.

$109.25

Becoming the Dance - Flamenco Spirit - Third Edition, Revised and Expanded
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Becoming the Dance - Flamenco Spirit - Third Edition, Revised and Expanded

By Teodoro "Teo" Morca

Taos, New Mexico: Teodoro Morca, 2008. An authoritative, inspiring, and informative celebration of the art of flamenco, by one of its acknowledged masters. CONTENTS: The Roots of Teodoro Morca, The Roots of Flamenco, The Way, The Therapy and Essence of Flamenco, Flamenco Spirit - A Golden Thread, Zen and the Art of Flamenco, In Respect of Tradition, The Creative Process, Timeless Ongoing, Keeping Up with the Times; Technique, Craft and Art; Search for Individuality, In Search of Art, Are You a 'Flamingo' Dancer? Flamenco Anatomy, Anatomy of Flamenco Dance, Exercise - An Aesthetic Point of View, For the Dancer - Flamenco and Your Body, Flamenco for Non-Flamenco Dancers, Dancing with Control, Dancing and Age, Dance and Diet, Back to the Basics - The Inner and Outer of Flamenco, Becoming the Dance - Duende, Some Thoughts on the Dance, Learning Flamenco Outside of Spain, The Flamenco Workshop, The Morca Method of Flamenco and Spanish Dance, Beyond Compas, Seguiriyas - the Healer and Ultimate Exorcist, Alegrias - Joyous Concerto of Flamenco Dance, Bulerias - Viva Tu! Sevillanas - Arte, Aire y Gracia; Soleares - Arte Grande, La Farruca de Verdad - Inspiration of Earth and Sky, Listening to Flamenco, Interpreting the Cante in Flamenco Dance, Contra-Tiempo - Rhythm's Life Force, The Power of Subtlety, Footwork - from Noise to Art: "When you speak, say something." The Art of Jaleo, Castanets, Costumes and the Dance, Wood that Laughs - Strings that Cry: the Flamenco Guitar, Choreography, From an Audience Point of View, Flamenco in Concert, Fusion and Confusion, Touring Flamenco, Pilar Lopez, Touring Spain and Fine Experiences, Dancing in the Caves of Nerja, Flamenco Can Happen When You Least Expect It, Cafe Chinitas - An Experience in Spain, Shoemakers Are Artists Too, Becoming Professional - Being Professional, Inspiration - Carmen Amaya, Then and Now, The Many Other Faces of Spanish Dance, Exploring Another Dance Style, Creation of a Style, Flamenco Glossary, About the Author, Other Books by Teo Morca. CONDITION: a pristine, uncompromised new copy - now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag. Third Edition, Revised and Expanded. Large Softcover. New (Very Fine). 8.5" x 11".

$23.75

Michael Torlen: Narratives - Recent Works on Paper [EXHIBITION CATALOGUE]
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Michael Torlen: Narratives - Recent Works on Paper [EXHIBITION CATALOGUE]

By Carl Little

Port Chester, New York: Miranda Fine Arts, 2005. Documentation booklet for Michael Torlen's October 15 - November 12, 2005 exhibition at the Miranda Fine Arts gallery. CONTENTS: Michael Torlen - Seamarks (essay; by Carl Little), color reproductions of 11 paintings, and a brief biography of the artist. 16 pages. CONDITION: a bright, tight, square, unmarked, uncreased copy with light shelf-wear (some slight bending) - now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Stapled Wraps. Near Fine. Illus. by Michael Torlen. 5.5" x 8.5". Exhibition Catalogue.

$7.13

The Narratives of Michel Butor - The Writer as Janus
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The Narratives of Michel Butor - The Writer as Janus

By McWilliams, Dean

Athens, Ohio, USA: Ohio University Press, 1978. A synthesizing overview of all of Butor's work as well as detailed analyses of each of Butor's novels and experimental narratives. 150 pages. CONDITION: the book itself is solid, bright, and unmarked, with negligible shelf-wear. Its dustjacket - now in a clear mylar protective cover - is unmarked and uncreased, compromised only by a some surface rubbing. This remains a quite handsome copy - at an excellent price.. First Edition. Clothbound Hardcover. Fine/Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$10.45

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