Keith Haring, Muna Tseng & Tseng Kwong Chi - Boundless Minds & Moving Bodies in the 80's New York
|Author||Cynthia Jordens; Fabian de Kloe eds.|
This book centres around the 1982 collaboration by Keith Haring to create a set and visuals for choreographer Muna Tseng, drawing upon a visual score for her performance piece ‘Epochal Songs’. Her brother, conceptual photographer Tseng Kwong Chi, was a close friend and collaborator with Haring. This intimate visual journey offers a unique look at the three friends in their respective orbits, expressing themselves through different disciplinary languages of drawing, dance, and photography. Their work and interactions amidst New York’s vibrant cultural scene reveal a shared performative energy of the joys of experimentation, openness, exchange, and social engagement.
|172 p, ills colour & bw, 21 x 30 cm, pb, English|