MODERNISM REDISCOVERED – PIERLUIGI SERRAINO
Las fotografías de Julius Shulman ofrecen una de las cronologías visuales más cautivadoras de la arquitectura moderna. Este libro ofrece un acceso privilegiado a los extraordinarios archivos de Shulman con una selección de unas 200 imágenes que conforman un homenaje a las múltiples formas de la arquitectura moderna en California y el resto de Estados Unidos.
Editor: Peter Fux
Colaboradores: Peter Fux, Luis Guillermo Lumbreras, Tom D. Dillehay, Markus Reindel, Johny Isla, Yoshio Onuki, Ignacio Alva Meneses, Peter Fuchs, Renate Patzschke, Peter Kaulicke, Christian Mesía, Henning Bischof, John W. Rick y Walter Alva.
Editorial: Museo de Arte de Lima – MALI
Año de publicación: 2015
Número de páginas: 412
Medidas: 28.5 x 21.5 cm.
The Singles (180 Gram Vinyl)
The Specials are an English 2 Tone and ska revival band formed in 1977 in Coventry. In 1980, the song “Too Much Too Young”, the lead track on their The Specials AKA Live! EP, reached No. 1 in the UK, with the unemployment-themed single “Ghost Town” also hit No. 1 in the UK Singles Chart in 1981
- “Rudy, A Message To You”
- “Nite Klub”
- “Too Much Too Young (Live)”
- “Guns Of Navarone (Live)”
- “Rat Race”
- “International Jet Set”
- “Do Nothing”
- “Ghost Town”
- “Friday Night, Saturday Morning”
- “War Crimes” (as The Special A.K.A.)
- “Racist Friend” (as The Special A.K.A.)
- “Nelson Mandela” (as The Special A.K.A.)
- “(What I Like Most About You Is Your) Girlfriend” (as The Special A.K.A.)
Sello: Modern Harmonic
It could be argued that there is no more controversial figure in music history as avant-garde electronic composer John Cage. Perhaps best known for his composition “4’33,”” which consisted of Cage sitting at a piano for four-plus minutes of total silence, Cage was both loved and loathed in the 60s and 70s as a leading light in avant-garde music and as an entertainingly weird guy who used radios, televisions, live dancers and his own Adam’s apple as instruments in his live performances. Cage’s music blurred the line between music, performance art and visual art in a way that no other composer has before or since.
- Excerpts—7PM To 8PM
- Excerpts—8PM To 9PM
- Excerpts—9PM To 10PM
- Excerpts—10PM To 11PM
Sello: Modern Harmonic
The title track was a vehicle for Arkestral vocalist June Tyson, who had been with the band since 1967 and was in absolute peak form in 1972. Meanwhile, Ronnie Boykins, who had been Sunny’s full-time bassist from 1957 through 1968, was a welcome guest on this occasion. It is his ostinato that holds the theme statement together, and his arco that guides and accompanies Sunny on his space wandering, where they are joined by Akh Tal Ebah on trumpet, and by the ecstatically interweaving alto saxes of Marshall Allen and Danny Davis. A trio of wriggling alto (Danny Davis), mini-Moog synthesizers, and high bowed bass develops, with Sunny and Ronnie accompanying Tyson’s hushed recapitulation. This is one of the Arkestra’s greatest performances.
- Astro Black
- Discipline “99”
- Hidden Spheres
- The Cosmo-Fire