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Scrapbook of the Sixties: Writings 1954 - 2010 Andy Warhol, Susan Sontag, John Lennon Yoko Ono Jonas Mekas Was Well Acquainted With A Great Many New York Artists Born In Lithuania, He Came To Brooklyn Via Germany In And Began Shooting His First Experimental Films There Mekas Developed A Form Of Film Diary In Which He Recorded His Daily Observations He Became The Barometer Of The New York Art Scene And A Pioneer Of American Avant Garde Cinema Every Week, Starting In He Published His Legendary Movie Journal Column In The Village Voice, Writing On A Range Of Subjects That Were By No Means Restricted To The World Of Film He Conducted Numerous Interviews With Artists, Some Of Which Will Now Appear For The First Time In His Scrapbook Of A Diarist The Book Contains Published And Unpublished Texts That Reveal Mekas As A Thoughtful Diarist And An Unparalleled Chronicler Of The Day A Phenomenon That Has Continued Now For Over Fifty Years

5 thoughts on “Scrapbook of the Sixties: Writings 1954 - 2010

  1. Cliente Cliente says:

    Aunque tengo la edici n en tapa blanda, el libro desprende un encanto nico es una recopilaci n de art culos, entrevistas y material gr fico muy bien seleccionado Altamente recomendable tanto para los admiradores de Jonas Mekas, como para aquellos interesados en acercarse a un lugar y un periodo tan fascinante, cambiante y creativo como la Nueva York de los a os 50 y 60 los escritos poste

  2. Mazzinghi Lucia Mazzinghi Lucia says:

    love mekas, his poems, his videos and movies

  3. Jon S. Jon S. says:

    Total blast

  4. gerdo gerdo says:

    this book has a long interview with me in it which i had not seen so ut is great to have it in my possession best re gerd s

  5. James B. Mccann James B. Mccann says:

    I DID NOT purchase this on but instead donated to Kickstarter to help publish it Spector books published it I was not about to wait til it reached the shelves here but instesd ordered a copy right from the publisher I had read I Had Towhere To Go by Jonas Mekas and was very excited to read about his exploits after the fifties Mr Mekas is considered to be the godfather of the American avant

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