TITLE

Kitaj's Napkin Map

AUTHOR(S)
Myers, David N.
PUB. DATE
October 2009
SOURCE
Jewish Quarterly Review;Fall2009, Vol. 99 Issue 4, p547
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the life and works of R. B. Kitaj, a Jewish painter. It is stated that Kitaj was admired and criticized for his explosively colorful canvasses. It is mentioned that Kitaj has two major works in the field of writing which are "First Diasporist Manifesto" in 1989 and "Second Diasporist Manifesto" in 2007. It is said that the napkin map of Kintaj symbolizes his journey from his early life to his old life.
ACCESSION #
44682129

 

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