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Music & Literature Issue 2

by László Krasznahorkai

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I really have never seen a periodical so finely tuned to one connecting subject. To have Bela Tarr, László Krasznahorkai, and Neuman all in one book as well as the great cinematographer who put Tarr on my selfish map was extremely satisfying and at times a bit overwhelming. It is possible I will revisit this collection of interviews and essays another day, but for now I feel satisfied to have been subjected to some very deep ideas about the world we live in as well as our delusions. ( )
  MSarki | Aug 3, 2013 |
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A global celebration of three of the most dynamic and starkly original artists working today. Music & Literature's second issue features new literature on and by László Krasznahorkai, Béla Tarr, and Max Neumann. This special volume presents, for the first time in English, an extensive selection of newly translated fiction spanning Krasznahorkai's 26-year career alongside an array of new appreciations and essays on his work by top critics and artists from around the world; a portfolio of photographs by cinematographer Gábor Medvigy, taken on-set while filming Tarr's masterpiece Sátántangó; and 24 new paintings by renowned German artist Max Neumann, who previously collaborated with Krasznahorkai on the chapbook Animalinside (New Directions Books & Sylph Editions, 2011). An essential volume for the aficionado and the casual fan alike, Issue 2 brings together an international community for a hearty nod to three of our finest living artists.

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