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by Eliot Weinberger,Vija Celmins

Author: Eliot Weinberger,Vija Celmins
Subcategory: Poetry
Language: English
Publisher: The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Multilingual edition (October 15, 2005)
Pages: 56 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.1
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Eliot Weinberger (born 6 February 1949) is a contemporary American writer .

Weinberger first gained recognition for his translations of the Nobel Prize–winning writer and poet Octavio Paz. His many translations of the work of Paz include The Poems of Octavio Paz, In Light of India, and Sunstone. What Happened Here: Bush Chronicles, New Directions (New York, NY), 2005; Verso (London), 2006. Muhammad, Verso (New York, London), 2006.

New York artist Vija Celmins has made many images of the night sky-paintings, drawings and prints of gorgeous . Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

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Vija Celmins has made many images of the night sky-paintings, drawing, and prints. Celmins has created three prints for her project, which she has also designed. One print, inspired by the worn binding of an early 20th-century Japanese book, becomes the volume's mottled deep-blue cover. Vija Celmins has made many images of the night sky-paintings, drawing, and prints.

Celmins created three celestial prints for her project.

New York artist Vija Celmins has made many images of the night sky-paintings, drawings and prints of. . Celmins created three celestial prints for the project, which she also designed.

Vija Celmins has made numerous images of the night sky-paintings, drawings .

Vija Celmins has made numerous images of the night sky-paintings, drawings, and prints of astonishing richness. Here, she and Weinberger, an essayist and translator, devote an artist’s book to the theme. Vija Celmins has made numerous images of the night sky-paintings, drawings, and prints of astonishing richness.

Eliot Weinberger, Vija Celmins, May Castleberry, David Frankel. New York artist Vija Celmins has made many images of the night sky-paintings, drawings and prints of gorgeous richness.

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Items Similar to CELMINS, Vija and Eliot WEINBERGER. Esther Mahlangu - Untitled (Colorful Geometric Hand-Painted South African Chairs). New York: Library Council of The Museum of Modern Art, 2005. Signed by both Weinberger and Celmins.

New York artist Vija Celmins has made many images of the night sky--paintings, drawings and prints of gorgeous richness. In The Stars, she and her collaborator, the essayist and translator Eliot Weinberger, devote an artist's book to the theme. Celmins created three celestial prints for the project, which she also designed. One print, inspired by the worn binding of an early twentieth-century Japanese book, becomes the volume's mottled deep-blue cover; the second and third prints are images of the night sky, one of them negative--dark stars on a pale ground. For the text, Weinberger assembled a catalogue of descriptions of the stars drawn from around the world, and from an array of historical, literary and anthropological sources. This mythopoetic charting of the night sky evokes the vastness of the human imagination's response to a space itself vast and unknowable. Appearing in English and also in Arabic, Chinese, Hindi, Japanese and Maori, the text supplements Celmins's images visually as well as verbally. The Stars was originally a limited-edition livre d'artiste published this year by the Library Council of The Museum of Modern Art.