Staging Language: Milča Mayerová and the Czech Book Alphabet

Witkovsky, Matthew S.
March 2004
Art Bulletin;Mar2004, Vol. 86 Issue 1, p114
Academic Journal
Provides information on the book "Alphabet," by Vítezslav Nezval of Czechoslovakia. Paradoxical double duty performed by the modernist alphabet; Distances operated by dancer Milca Mayerov´ in the book; Comments from Mayerov´.


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