Image: Music: Text

Image: Music: Text
Library Shelf Location 06.MUSI
Publication Date Apr 1996
Description This special issue of the journal Art History marks a breakthrough in publishing new writing on the relationship of visual culture, music and performativity from late Romanticism to Modernity. It covers a range of theoretical and critical issues: the impact of Goethe on Klimt, Paul Klee's musical poetics, the Fluxus movement and questions of interdisciplinarity, Max Klinger's Romanticism and the musical motifs in the work of Catalan artists like Picasso. Art History's issue on art and music is one of the first to introduce inter-media debate into mainstream art-historical publishing. In doing so, it raises new questions about how we define and teach disciplines. This book will be of interest to students of art history, music, musicology and performance theory, as well as of contemporary visual culture.
ISBN 9780631200741
Quantity 1
Pages 160
Editors Marcia Pointon, Paul Binski
Format Paperback
Publisher Blackwell Publishing
Related Artists John Cage, Paul Klee, Gustav Klimt, Max Klinger
Category Art by Subject
Keywords Music, Text in Art
Language English

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