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Miss Saigon: 25th Anniversary Performance
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“THE BEST LIVE FILM OF A STAGE SHOW THAT I’VE SEEN” Baz Bamigboye, Daily Mail THE LEGENDARY MISS SAIGON The spectacular, sell-out 25th Anniversary Gala Performance of this acclaimed new production of the global stage sensation was described as “the most thrilling, soaring and emotionally stirring musical with magnifi cent performances” by the Daily Telegraph and “the greatest musical of all time” by the Daily Mail. The epic love story tells the tragic tale of young bar girl Kim, orphaned by war, who falls in love with American GI Chris – but their lives are torn apart by the fall of Saigon. The special gala fi nale also features appearances by the original cast including Jonathan Pryce and Lea Salonga. INCLUDES THE BEHIND THE SCENES DOCUMENTARY ‘THE HEAT IS BACK ON: THE REMAKING OF MISS SAIGON’ Special Features: Gala Finale (34 minutes) The Heat is Back on - Behind the Scenes of Cameron Mackintosh's new production

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For Ruth, the sky in los angeles / For Ruth, th...
22,00 € *
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David Horvitz und Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt trennen Generationen, doch ihre Auffassung von Kunst ist sich sehr nah. Der amerikanische Künstler besuchte sie für Recherchen 2014 in Berlin und entdeckte in ihrem Archiv die "Typewritings" aus den 1970er Jahren. Die Schreibmaschinengrafiken hatte sie für ihre Mail Art benutzt und von Ostberlin in die Welt gesendet. Horvitz sorgte für die Wiederentdeckung von Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldts herausragendem Werk, das auch auf der documenta 14 (2017) gewürdigt wurde. Seit der ersten Begegnung besteht zwischen den beiden ein Austausch, obwohl die 87jährige seit dem Ende der DDR nicht mehr künstlerisch arbeitet. Horvitz lud sie ein, mit einer Einwegkamera ihr Haus und ihren Garten festzuhalten. Im Gegenzug fotografierte er sein Studio in Los Angeles. Jene Schnappschüsse, Gespräche sowie seine textbasierten Aquarelle, wie For Ruth, the sky in los angeles und For Ruth, the wind to you, per Mail Art gesendet und oft nur mit "Ruth - Berlin" adressiert, dokumentieren ihre anhaltende Korrespondenz.For Ruth, the wind to you. Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt and David Horvitz. Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archives, fall 2022-spring 2023.Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt ( 1932 in Wurzen) schuf ab den frühen 1970er Jahren Serien von Schreibmaschinengrafiken - "Typewritings". Mit ihrem Mann Robert Rehfeldt bildete sie ein Zentrum der Mail Art Szene der DDR.David Horvitz ( 1982 in LA) arbeitet mit Fotografie, Postsendungen, Performance und anderen konzeptuellen Praktiken. Seine Arbeiten wurden u.a. im New Museum, New York, Palais de Tokyo Paris, Pirelli HangarBicocca Mailand, Albertinum Dresden und SFMOMA San Francisco gezeigt. Er ist Preisträger des Wiesbadener "Follow Fluxus - Fluxus und die Folgen" Stipendiums 2020.David Horvitz and Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt are generations apart, but their ideas of art are very closely related. The American artist visited Wolf-Rehfeldt in Berlin while conducting research in 2014 and discovered her 1970s' "typewritings" in her archive: graphic works that she had used for her mail art and sent out to the world from East Berlin. Horvitz was instrumental in the rediscovery of Wolf-Rehfeldt's outstanding work, which was also honoured at documenta 14 (2017). The two have been exchanging ideas ever since they first met, even though the 87-year-old has not worked artistically in the post-GDR period. Horvitz invited her to use a disposable camera to record images of her house and garden and, in return, he photographed his studio in Los Angeles. These snapshots and dialogues, as well as his text-based watercolours-such as For Ruth, the sky in los angeles and For Ruth, the wind to you-which were sent via mail art and often simply addressed to "Ruth - Berlin", document their ongoing correspondence.For Ruth, the wind to you, Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt and David Horvitz, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archives, Fall 2022 - Spring 2023Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt (b. 1932 in Wurzen) created series of typewriter graphics-"typewritings"-a practice that she began in the early 1970s. Together with her husband Robert Rehfeldt, she was at the heart of the GDR's mail art scene.David Horvitz (b. 1982 in LA) works with photographs, mailings, performance, and other conceptual practices. His works have been shown at a variety of venues, including the New Museum in New York, the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, Pirelli HangarBicocca in Milan, the Albertinum in Dresden, and SFMOMA in San Francisco. He is winner of the 2020 Wiesbaden "Follow Fluxus - After Fluxus" grant.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 13.08.2020
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For Ruth, the sky in los angeles / For Ruth, th...
22,70 € *
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David Horvitz und Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt trennen Generationen, doch ihre Auffassung von Kunst ist sich sehr nah. Der amerikanische Künstler besuchte sie für Recherchen 2014 in Berlin und entdeckte in ihrem Archiv die "Typewritings" aus den 1970er Jahren. Die Schreibmaschinengrafiken hatte sie für ihre Mail Art benutzt und von Ostberlin in die Welt gesendet. Horvitz sorgte für die Wiederentdeckung von Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldts herausragendem Werk, das auch auf der documenta 14 (2017) gewürdigt wurde. Seit der ersten Begegnung besteht zwischen den beiden ein Austausch, obwohl die 87jährige seit dem Ende der DDR nicht mehr künstlerisch arbeitet. Horvitz lud sie ein, mit einer Einwegkamera ihr Haus und ihren Garten festzuhalten. Im Gegenzug fotografierte er sein Studio in Los Angeles. Jene Schnappschüsse, Gespräche sowie seine textbasierten Aquarelle, wie For Ruth, the sky in los angeles und For Ruth, the wind to you, per Mail Art gesendet und oft nur mit "Ruth - Berlin" adressiert, dokumentieren ihre anhaltende Korrespondenz.For Ruth, the wind to you. Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt and David Horvitz. Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archives, fall 2022-spring 2023.Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt ( 1932 in Wurzen) schuf ab den frühen 1970er Jahren Serien von Schreibmaschinengrafiken - "Typewritings". Mit ihrem Mann Robert Rehfeldt bildete sie ein Zentrum der Mail Art Szene der DDR.David Horvitz ( 1982 in LA) arbeitet mit Fotografie, Postsendungen, Performance und anderen konzeptuellen Praktiken. Seine Arbeiten wurden u.a. im New Museum, New York, Palais de Tokyo Paris, Pirelli HangarBicocca Mailand, Albertinum Dresden und SFMOMA San Francisco gezeigt. Er ist Preisträger des Wiesbadener "Follow Fluxus - Fluxus und die Folgen" Stipendiums 2020.David Horvitz and Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt are generations apart, but their ideas of art are very closely related. The American artist visited Wolf-Rehfeldt in Berlin while conducting research in 2014 and discovered her 1970s' "typewritings" in her archive: graphic works that she had used for her mail art and sent out to the world from East Berlin. Horvitz was instrumental in the rediscovery of Wolf-Rehfeldt's outstanding work, which was also honoured at documenta 14 (2017). The two have been exchanging ideas ever since they first met, even though the 87-year-old has not worked artistically in the post-GDR period. Horvitz invited her to use a disposable camera to record images of her house and garden and, in return, he photographed his studio in Los Angeles. These snapshots and dialogues, as well as his text-based watercolours-such as For Ruth, the sky in los angeles and For Ruth, the wind to you-which were sent via mail art and often simply addressed to "Ruth - Berlin", document their ongoing correspondence.For Ruth, the wind to you, Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt and David Horvitz, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archives, Fall 2022 - Spring 2023Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt (b. 1932 in Wurzen) created series of typewriter graphics-"typewritings"-a practice that she began in the early 1970s. Together with her husband Robert Rehfeldt, she was at the heart of the GDR's mail art scene.David Horvitz (b. 1982 in LA) works with photographs, mailings, performance, and other conceptual practices. His works have been shown at a variety of venues, including the New Museum in New York, the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, Pirelli HangarBicocca in Milan, the Albertinum in Dresden, and SFMOMA in San Francisco. He is winner of the 2020 Wiesbaden "Follow Fluxus - After Fluxus" grant.

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Stand: 13.08.2020
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Marshall Griffith's "Duel for Solo Guitar"
49,00 € *
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Marshall Griffith (b. 1953) is an established and prolific American composer and has taught at the Cleveland Institute of Music since 1975, serving full time on the music theory faculty there since 1982. This monograph explores and brings to light Griffith's 1977 composition, Duel for Solo Guitar, which to this point has never been published and remains largely unknown. Using music notation software, an authoritative digital score appropriate for publication is produced by the author from the composer's original manuscript. Discussion of the performance edition deals with right- and left-hand fingering solutions. The compositional language of the work is examined through an analysis of the aspects of overall form, pitch, and motivic usage. All aspects of this work have been reviewed and approved by the composer, whose input is obtained through telephone interviews and e-mail communication, and who graciously grants his permission and cooperation in the execution of this project.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 13.08.2020
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Lewallen, C: The Dream of the Audience
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Performance art, video, ceramics, mail and stamp art, artist's books, and works on paper are part of the range of pioneering and influential work by Korean American artist Theresa Hak Kyung Cha that are showcased with scholarly essays in this exhibition catalog.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 13.08.2020
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Red Birds
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Praise for Red Birds: “Hanif, Booker-longlisted for A Case of Exploding Mangoes, dives headfirst into an unnamed desert in the present day…Hanif’s portrait of the surrealism and commonplaceness of America’s wars in Muslim countries is nearly impossible to put down. The camp in particular crackles with humanity, bizarreness, and banality…The novel manages to remain delightful and unpredictable even in its darkest moments, highlighting the hypocrisies and constant confusions of American intervention abroad.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review) “Red Birds is a piercingly laugh-out-loud novel in a genre that doesn’t often abide comedy. But Hanif pushes his narrative beyond mere irony, expanding his critique of America’s military interventions to include satire, ghost stories and absurdist touches — up to and including a canine narrator that’s usually smarter than any human in the room.” —Washington Post 'An incisive, unsparing critique of war and of America’s role in the destruction of the Middle East...Hanif is dexterous and ambitious with the literary tools of both east and west...Combine this with humour as cutting as Heller or Evelyn Waugh...and you have something wildly original.' –Guardian “Funny, fresh, and not afraid to draw blood, this is an unusual gem of a book.” —Kirkus Reviews “Hanif has written a splendidly satirical novel that beautifully captures the absurdity and folly of war and its ineluctable impact on its survivors. At turns funny and heartbreaking, it is a memorable contribution to the literature of conflict.” —Booklist (starred review) “Red Birds is a fresh marvel, describing with cool wit and steely yet tender intelligence the interlinked fates of antagonists in a forgotten war-scape – and the complicity of our own sheltered lives in remote conflicts.” —Guardian “[A] wonderfully strange exploration of the effects of war on civilians. Mohmmed Hanif's Red Birds is part Catch-22, part Slaughterhouse-Five, part Kafka's The Castle, and all Hanif's darkly satirical wit and wildly creative imagination.” —BookBrowse “An impressive multi-voiced performance that straddles bitter tragedy and pungent black comedy, grounded realism and flighty absurdity … Red Birds thrums with rambunctious energy… this is writing with guts, satire with bite” —National “An acutely observed refugee tale … Both achingly realistic and elusively metaphysical … dripping with exuberant disdain for the way in which western power has corrupted the world … an effective satire that reminds us that everybody— refugees, distraught mothers, unthinking airmen, well-meaning aid workers, dogs and ghosts – has a need to love, and be loved” —Observer “A blistering, savage, tragicomic satire about the cruelty of war and the impossibility of peace … Hanif writes of violence and bitterness with flashes of hilarity that underline his anger and his humanity.” — Times “Hanif has a talent for taking the most serious subjects…and, in a style indebted to Joseph Heller's Catch-22, emphasising their fundamental absurdity through satire. Hanif's authorial gifts are undeniable and Red Birds is written with ambition and powerful satirical anger.” —Literary Review 'Deploying a relentlessly grim gallows humour, Hanif skewers the entrenched insanity of conflict … Hanif’s bleak, formidable use of irony burns deeply.' —Daily Mail Praise for Mohammed Hanif: “Mohammed Hanif is a brave, gifted writer.” —Mohsin Hamid, author of Exit West “Witty, elegant, and deliciously anarchic. Hanif has a lovely eye and an even better ear.” —John le Carré, on Case of the Exploding Mangoes “An insanely brilliant, satirical first novel . . . Belongs in a tradition that includes

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 13.08.2020
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Red Birds
15,99 € *
zzgl. 3,00 € Versand

Praise for Red Birds: “Hanif, Booker-longlisted for A Case of Exploding Mangoes, dives headfirst into an unnamed desert in the present day…Hanif’s portrait of the surrealism and commonplaceness of America’s wars in Muslim countries is nearly impossible to put down. The camp in particular crackles with humanity, bizarreness, and banality…The novel manages to remain delightful and unpredictable even in its darkest moments, highlighting the hypocrisies and constant confusions of American intervention abroad.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review) “Red Birds is a piercingly laugh-out-loud novel in a genre that doesn’t often abide comedy. But Hanif pushes his narrative beyond mere irony, expanding his critique of America’s military interventions to include satire, ghost stories and absurdist touches — up to and including a canine narrator that’s usually smarter than any human in the room.” —Washington Post 'An incisive, unsparing critique of war and of America’s role in the destruction of the Middle East...Hanif is dexterous and ambitious with the literary tools of both east and west...Combine this with humour as cutting as Heller or Evelyn Waugh...and you have something wildly original.' –Guardian “Funny, fresh, and not afraid to draw blood, this is an unusual gem of a book.” —Kirkus Reviews “Hanif has written a splendidly satirical novel that beautifully captures the absurdity and folly of war and its ineluctable impact on its survivors. At turns funny and heartbreaking, it is a memorable contribution to the literature of conflict.” —Booklist (starred review) “Red Birds is a fresh marvel, describing with cool wit and steely yet tender intelligence the interlinked fates of antagonists in a forgotten war-scape – and the complicity of our own sheltered lives in remote conflicts.” —Guardian “[A] wonderfully strange exploration of the effects of war on civilians. Mohmmed Hanif's Red Birds is part Catch-22, part Slaughterhouse-Five, part Kafka's The Castle, and all Hanif's darkly satirical wit and wildly creative imagination.” —BookBrowse “An impressive multi-voiced performance that straddles bitter tragedy and pungent black comedy, grounded realism and flighty absurdity … Red Birds thrums with rambunctious energy… this is writing with guts, satire with bite” —National “An acutely observed refugee tale … Both achingly realistic and elusively metaphysical … dripping with exuberant disdain for the way in which western power has corrupted the world … an effective satire that reminds us that everybody— refugees, distraught mothers, unthinking airmen, well-meaning aid workers, dogs and ghosts – has a need to love, and be loved” —Observer “A blistering, savage, tragicomic satire about the cruelty of war and the impossibility of peace … Hanif writes of violence and bitterness with flashes of hilarity that underline his anger and his humanity.” — Times “Hanif has a talent for taking the most serious subjects…and, in a style indebted to Joseph Heller's Catch-22, emphasising their fundamental absurdity through satire. Hanif's authorial gifts are undeniable and Red Birds is written with ambition and powerful satirical anger.” —Literary Review 'Deploying a relentlessly grim gallows humour, Hanif skewers the entrenched insanity of conflict … Hanif’s bleak, formidable use of irony burns deeply.' —Daily Mail Praise for Mohammed Hanif: “Mohammed Hanif is a brave, gifted writer.” —Mohsin Hamid, author of Exit West “Witty, elegant, and deliciously anarchic. Hanif has a lovely eye and an even better ear.” —John le Carré, on Case of the Exploding Mangoes “An insanely brilliant, satirical first novel . . . Belongs in a tradition that includes

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 13.08.2020
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Corporate Drain
14,99 € *
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It's time to look at a typical day at work in corporate America and how bad habits, bad procedures, and bad communication creep into the workplace, undermining productivity. Business experts agree that procedural inefficiency is an all-too-familiar theme in today's workplace, and that eliminating it is one of business managers' most important responsibilities. The Corporate Drain provides business leaders with tools to recognize problems and tips for raising efficiency and improving performance, such as: Unclogging the flood of information (e-mail, paper reports, meetings, and conference calls); Maximizing the potential of each employee using cost-effective incentives; How training can never be underestimated or over-applied. The globalization of the business world challenges American companies to observe and understand how cultural diversity affects their operations. Author Yoel Yohan, raised in India and educated at a British military school, accredits his successful career at global giant, United Parcel Service, in part to his own cultural diversity. In The Corporate Drain, Yohan provides powerful examples and tools for profitable growth in today's international marketplace.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 13.08.2020
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