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Kurt Schwitters' Merzbau : the Cathedral of erotic misery (edition 2000)

by Elizabeth Burns Gamard (Author)

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Member:HarryMacDonald
Title:Kurt Schwitters' Merzbau : the Cathedral of erotic misery
Authors:Elizabeth Burns Gamard (Author)
Info:New York : Princeton Architectural Press, c2000.
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Kurt Schwitters Merzbau: The Cathedral of Erotic Misery (Building Studies, 5) by Elizabeth Burns Gamard

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Fascinating subject, but somehow, in 196 pages, there is remarkably little about the actual work of art, and -- more forgivably, because of history -- not nearly enough photo-illustrations. If the construction/installation itself couldn't be adequately shown, one would have liked the Author to evoke how it looked and felt to Schwitters himself and to others. ( )
  HarryMacDonald | Nov 25, 2012 |
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