4 edition of John Cage etchings 1978-1982. found in the catalog.
John Cage etchings 1978-1982.
by Point Publications in Oakland, Calif. (1555 San Pablo Ave., Oakland 94612)
Written in English
|Contributions||Crown Point Gallery.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||82173521|
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That project then led to several chapbooks, a couple of broadsides, a collection of original etchings (like John Cage, Harold’s composing extends to the visual arts and printmaking, something incorporated in most of his HM publications), a second major collection (Angel, ), the selected compilation Sunblind Highway, and the upcoming opus. John Cage. John Milton Cage Jr. (September 5, – Aug ) was an American composer, music theorist, artist, and philosopher. A pioneer of indeterminacy in music, electroacoustic music, and non-standard use of musical instruments, Cage was one of .
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In and John John Cage etchings 1978-1982. book delivered the Charles Eliot Norton Lectures at Harvard University, and the accompanying book (Harvard University Press) describes Cage in this way: “Without doubt the most in influential American composer of the last half century, John Cage has had an enormous impact not only on music but on art, literature, the performing arts, and aesthetic thought in general.
Description: Etching, engraving, drypoint and aquatint on Japan paperUSA, John Cage () – American composer, theorist and artistSigned, titled and dated in pencil lower right ‘Déreau 14 John Cage ’Numbered in pencil lower right ‘2 of two impressions’From a series of 38 related color etchingsPrinted by Lilah Toland at.
Cage's prints and drawings, begun inrequired him to draw (first with a metal drypoint tool, later in pencil) around the perimeters of 15 stones whose positions on the etching. The John Cage Trust Library, which includes monographs, journals, artists’ books, magazines, derivative texts, and academic writings, contains almost precisely the same number of books: 1, to Cage’s 1, And while Cage’s Personal Library is static, the John Cage Trust’s continues to grow.
Annotations and Keywords. From to his death Cage worked at Crown Point Press, producing series of prints every year. The earliest project completed there was the etching Score Without Parts (), created from fully notated instructions, and based on various combinations of drawings by Henry David : September 5,Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Recognized as one of the most influential composers of the 20th century and a leading figure in the post-war avant-garde scene, John Cage was an American musician, theorist, writer and artist.
Besides being considered to be a pioneer of indeterminacy in music and non-standard use of instruments, Cage is also held in high regard for his visual pieces, namely paintings and ality: United States. John Cage, lithograph in “Mushroom Book, Plate VIII” (), 22 1/2 x 15, Edition 51/75 (© John Cage Trust at Bard College) A couple of his “Edible Drawings” made from snow peas Author: Allison Meier.
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artist book--text by John Cage and five etchings by Robert Rauschenberg based on the writings of Chris Mann 21 x 20 1/8 in. ( x cm.) Sonnekus 2 artist book--text by John Cage based on the First Book of Moses with new works after drawings by Mell Daniel 17 x 22 3/8 in.
( x cm.) Mesdamkus 2. John Milton Cage Jr. (September 5, – Aug ) was an American composer, music theorist, writer, philosopher, and artist.(Wikipedia) Cage studied Indian philosophy and Zen Buddhism in the late s, and the I Ching became his source reference for life, using the guide as a random chance generator, as well as philosophical reference.
John Cage working on a print from the Stones series, ; here, using an acid-loaded brush, he traces the outline of a small stone positioned on a copperplate. Still image from John Cage at Work, –, a film in four parts by Kathan Brown,Courtesy Crown Point Press. Between and his death inJohn Cage came to the Bay Area about once a year to make prints at Crown Point Press, first in its Oakland .John Cage, Seven Day Diary (Not Knowing), Introductory text by John Cage, Seven Day Diary (Not Knowing) portfolio of seven prints with title page and .