Item description for The Adventures of Constantine Cavafy by Duane Michals...
Duane Michals returns to the poetry of twentieth-century Greek poet Constantine Cavafy for inspiration for his most recent work. Michals images loosely illustrate Cavafys poetry, while investigating themes of lost time, love discovered and remembered, and the sublime realm of the surreal. "Please meet me in the circle of this conceit. These little fables of my imaginary theatrics repeat the mantras of Cavafys desires and regrets: so old today, now gone away." --Duane Michals
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 8.5" Height: 12.75" Weight: 2.74 lbs.
Release Date Apr 23, 2007
Publisher Twin Palms Publishers
ISBN 1931885540 ISBN13 9781931885546
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More About Duane Michals
Duane Michals, born in 1932 made significant, creative strides in the field of photography. In the 1960s, an era heavily influenced by photojournalism and its aesthetic, Michals manipulated the medium to communicate narratives using a distinctive pictorial technique. In 1970 the Museum of Modern Art, New York, hosted Michals's first solo exhibition. Since then his work has been widely exhibited and it has received numerous awards. Duane Michals lives and works in New York City.
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Longing for beauty Jun 5, 2008
This evocative book of photographs and text conveys the longing, beauty, and wistfulness of Cavafy's poetry. As such, Michal's work not only illustrates some of Cavafy's most celebrated verse, it represents a great artist's sympathetic response to the work of another.