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Jirayr Zorthian/ Richard Feynman: A Conversation In Art

Belloli, Jay (Jirayr Zorthian / Richard Feynman)

ISBN 10: 1893900088 / ISBN 13: 9781893900080
Published by Armory Center For The Arts, Pasadena, 2008
Condition: Fine Soft cover
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40 Pp. Brochure For The Art Exhibition In 2008, Text And Many Color Illustrations Of Work By Zorthian And Feynman. One Of Only 1000 Copies. Bookseller Inventory # 033530

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Title: Jirayr Zorthian/ Richard Feynman: A ...

Publisher: Armory Center For The Arts, Pasadena

Publication Date: 2008

Binding: Soft cover

Illustrator: Color Illustrations Throughout

Book Condition:Fine

Edition: 1st Edition

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From the environmental devastation of the Salton Sea to the walling off of the LA River, water where it comes from, who controls it has been a troublesome issue in Southern California, writes Sharon Mizota in the LA Times. From such desperation, however, can spring constructive outcomes. Artists Nicole Antebi and Enid Baxter Blader created the fictive utopian city of Water, CA in a web-based project, evoking a semi-plausible environmental nirvana. That project (the starting point for an exhibition, lending library and series of public programs) assembled scientific and poetic material from artists, environmentalists and historians addressing the history and representation of water through the lens of artistic production. In the resulting exhibition, works from Judie Bamber, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Emilie Halpern, Charles Long and others meditate on our aquatic obsession. This unusual catalog features a collaged poster cover, program documentation and texts from Nicole Anteb, Enid Baxter Blader, Irene Tsatsos and Marie Shurkus.

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