Dada CD et DVD
Le père du Pop Art, Richard Hamilton a travaillé toute sa vie sur l'oeuvre d'un autre artiste majeur, Marcel Duchamp, l'inventeur du ready-made.
Au coeur de cette relation unique, une oeuvre étrange, énigmatique, probablement l'une des plus complexes que l'art du XXe siècle ait produite : La Mariée mise à nu par ses célibataires, même de Marcel Duchamp, également appelée Le Grand verre.
Richard Hamilton a repris et éclairé chaque recoin de cette oeuvre sans jamais essayer de réduire l'univers duchampien à une lecture univoque. À partir d'interviews inédites, le film de Pascal Goblot explore ce dialogue entre deux figures tutélaires de l'art contemporain.
Durée : 53 minutes / © 2014 Le Miroir / Vosges Télévisions
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|Futurism & Dada reviewed||LTMCD 2301
Sound collages, tone poems, interviews and music made between 1912 and 1959 by Marcel Duchamp, Kurt Schwitters, Tristan Tzara, Guillaume Apollinaire, Jean Cocteau, Marcel Janco, Richard Huelsenbeck. One hour of playing time.
The extraordinary score for Vexations is just three lines long, yet a complete performance (840 repetitions) may last for between 14 and 28 hours. This radical yet enigmatic work is now recognized as a significant milestone in avant-garde music. This recording lasts only 70 minutes and is performed on piano by Alan Marks.
Rare interviews and poetry readings by six key Dada anti-artists recorded between 1932 and 1967. All material has been digitally remastered, and the booklet features images and detailed historical notes by James Hayward. Intended as a companion volume to the other LTM releases: "Futurism & Dada Reviewed 1912-1959" and "Surrealism Reviewed", with little content overlap between the three releases - together they give an excellent perspective on the extreme and unusual ideas of that period, and the recordings that document them.
Dada Works & Entr'actes
The first CD collection of Dada-related works by Erik Satie, including scores for Francis Picabia, Tristan Tzara, Kurt Schwitters and René Clair.
§ Trois morceaux en forme de poire
§ Ragtime Dada (from Parade)
§ Entr'acte and Cinéma (from Relâche)
70 minutes, performed on piano by Bojan Gorisek.
La Nourrice américaine (The American Nurse)
A unique CD by influential avant-garde artist Francis Picabia, featuring two interpretations of his provocative 1920 Dadaist piece for piano, together with a spoken word extract from 1945.
Written in 1920, La Nourrice Américaine (The American Nurse) consists of "three notes repeated to infinity" and was performed for the first - and last - time at the Festival Dada, staged at the Salle Gaveau in Paris on 26 May 1920. A landmark event, the Festival Dada included contributions from Tristan Tzara, Andre Breton, Paul Eluard, Louis Aragon, Philippe Soupault and Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes, and launched the Dada phenomenon in Paris.
La Nourrice Américaine was performed on the day by Marguerite Buffet, duration unknown. It seems likely that Picabia's only venture into musical composition was inspired by talks with his friends Erik Satie, Marcel Duchamp and Edgard Varese. On this CD fast and slow interpretations are included, both performed by pianist Tom Feldschuh and each lasting for 20 minutes. The CD also includes a rare spoken word piece by Picabia (in the French language), recording a visit to the artist's Paris atelier in July 1945.