Posts Tagged ‘ avant garde ’

American Hybrid. / The Fortnightly Review ~ September 2012

American Hybrid. | The Fortnightly Review.

Ito Hiromi 伊藤比呂美 “The Maltreatment of Meaning” 「意味の虐待」in 2012

伊藤比呂美「意味の虐待」 ウェスタン・ミシガン大学での朗読 (2012) ITŌ Hiromi: “The Maltreatment of Meaning” 2012 

Wish You Were Here: The Buffalo Avant-garde in The 1970s – March 30 – July 8, 2012 / Albright-Knox Art Gallery

Wish You Were Here: The Buffalo Avant-garde In The 1970s > Exhibitions > Albright-Knox Art Gallery.

Women of the Avant-garde 1920-1940 – Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

Claude Cahun “I Am in Training: Don't Kiss Me” photograph

Women of the Avant-garde 1920-1940 – Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.

Don’t Kiss Me: The Art of Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore / aperture foundation

What Is the Beautiful? THE CLAUDIA QUINTET with Kenneth Patchen / CUNEIFORM RECORDS

 

THE CLAUDIA QUINTET / CUNEIFORM RECORDS.

For their sixth album, What Is the Beautiful?, The Claudia Quintet brings together the acclaimed compositional approach of leader John Hollenbeck with two of the most important male singers in improvised music, Kurt Elling and Theo Bleckmann. Elling and Bleckmann recite and sing the poems of avant-garde/proto-beat American poet, Kenneth Patchen, an innovator in his time.”  ~ Cuneiform Records

Matthew Shipp / Cohesion