Fb2 Mythologies of the Heart ePub
by Gerard Malanga
|Publisher:||Black Sparrow Pr (March 1, 1996)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1381 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1794 kb|
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Gerard Malanga, poet, photographer and filmmaker, worked closely with Andy Warhol during the artist's most creative period in the mid-Sixties. His several books of poetry, ranging from chic death (1971) to Mythologies of the Heart (1996), have earned him worldwide recognition. Gerard Malanga's photography has been sought after by publishers worldwide and by collectors of discriminating taste for over twenty-five years. The strength of his archive is primarily in the uniqueness of the image as well as the ephemeral shot.
Book by Malanga, Gerard. About the Author: Gerard Malanga, MD (Newark, NJ) Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Medicine and Dentistry New Jersey. Kenneth Mautner, MD (Atlanta, GA) Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Emory University.
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Malanga began writing poetry as a teenager, and has published numerous books of poetry, including chic death (1971), Mythologies of the Heart (1996), and No Respect: New And Selected Poems 1964-2000 (2001)
Malanga began writing poetry as a teenager, and has published numerous books of poetry, including chic death (1971), Mythologies of the Heart (1996), and No Respect: New And Selected Poems 1964-2000 (2001). Influenced by poets Paul Blackburn, Charles Olson and Charles Simic, Malanga’s expansive, free-verse poetry often engages themes of perception and intimacy. As he notes in a 2002 interview with Richard Marshall for 3am Magazine, I've always thought of poetry as an introverted process whereas photography has always been an extroverted process.
Gerard Malanga was Warhol's assistant from 1963 to 1970 and as an actor, had lead parts in many of his early films. He danced with the Exploding Plastic Inevitable, Warhol's multimedia presentation of the Velvet Underground.