Tuesday, October 4, 2011

THE SIGHT OF SILENCE: John Cage’s Complete Watercolors An Intimate Look into the Mind of one of the Twentieth-Century’s Most Creative Thinkers

The Sight of Silence
Nearly twenty years after his death, John Cage (1912-1992)’s influence is still being felt throughout the worlds of music, performance, and visual art. His groundbreaking ideas and unconventional practice helped lay the foundation for numerous aspects of contemporary art and music. Now, timed to accompany the largest American exhibition of Cage’s visual work since 1993 (National Academy Museum, September 2012), THE SIGHT OF SILENCE by Ray Kass offers the first opportunity to see all 125 signed watercolors that Cage created at the Mountain Lake Workshop in Virginia between 1983 and 1990.

To purchase, please contact:
Emily K. Grandstaff 434.982.2932 / egrandstaff@virginia.edu

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