Album artwork for Morton Feldman: Friendship and Mourning in the New York Avant-Garde by Ryan Dohoney

Morton Feldman: Friendship and Mourning in the New York Avant-Garde documents the collaborations and conflicts essential to the history of the post-war avant-garde. It offers a study of composer Morton Feldman's associations and friendships with artists like John Cage, Jackson Pollock, Philip Guston, Frank O'Hara, Charlotte Moorman, and others. Arguing that friendship and mourning sustained the collective aesthetics of the New York School, Dohoney has written an emotional and intimate revision of New York modernism from the point of view of Feldman's agonistic community.

Ryan Dohoney

Morton Feldman: Friendship and Mourning in the New York Avant-Garde

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Album artwork for Morton Feldman: Friendship and Mourning in the New York Avant-Garde by Ryan Dohoney
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$29.95

Released 02/24/2022Catalogue Number

9781501345456

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Ryan Dohoney

Morton Feldman: Friendship and Mourning in the New York Avant-Garde

MPS
Album artwork for Album artwork for Morton Feldman: Friendship and Mourning in the New York Avant-Garde by Ryan Dohoney by Morton Feldman: Friendship and Mourning in the New York Avant-Garde - Ryan Dohoney
Album artwork for Morton Feldman: Friendship and Mourning in the New York Avant-Garde by Ryan Dohoney
Paperback

$29.95

Released 02/24/2022Catalogue Number

9781501345456

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Morton Feldman: Friendship and Mourning in the New York Avant-Garde documents the collaborations and conflicts essential to the history of the post-war avant-garde. It offers a study of composer Morton Feldman's associations and friendships with artists like John Cage, Jackson Pollock, Philip Guston, Frank O'Hara, Charlotte Moorman, and others. Arguing that friendship and mourning sustained the collective aesthetics of the New York School, Dohoney has written an emotional and intimate revision of New York modernism from the point of view of Feldman's agonistic community.