Prague: St edo eská Galerie, 1991. 1st Edition. Quarto, publisher's illustrated stiff paper wraps, photo-illustrated french flaps.
"I came to the certainty that what prevails in the world is correlation: sound is connected to the visual and the visual cannot exist without sound. Everything a human does is connected: visual and acoustic phenomena complement one another." Exhibition catalog published on the occasion of a show of works by renowned Czech avant-garde artist Milan Grygar held at the St edo eská Galerie in Prague. The exhibition showcased an expansive and varied body of Grygar’s sublime works, including his "acoustic," "tactile," and "motoric" drawings and synesthetic minimalist "scores." Illustrated with color and black-and-white plates; with introductory texts by curators Ji í Valoch and Jan Sekera, and with a list of exhibitions and selected bibliography. Text in Czech. Some wear to spine-ends and light soiling to wraps. Very good. Item #2986