Agam: Beyond the Visible

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Gefen Publishing House Ltd, 2007 - Art - 222 pages
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Acclaimed artist Yaacov Agam fundamentally challenged the accepted idea of art as a fixed image. Sayako Aragaki, once a curator for an Agam exhibition, elaborates on the Jewish aspects of Agam's work from a Japanese perspective.

 

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Contents

THE BIRTH OF KINETIC ART
17
Max Ernst the first collector
32
Going to Europe
58
Brancusi or a creative Obbession
67
Yves Klein
69
Schöffer and Malina
78
Scandal
81
Multiple stage Theater in Counterpoint
90
Salon Agam and President Pompidou
128
Monumental Works
133
Graphic Art
136
Peace for Europe
152
Touch me Project
155
HEBRAIC CONCEPT OF GOD
163
Unnamable God
168
Likeness of God revelation to Creativity
177

Saō Paolo Biennale
100
Walter Annenberg
103
Museum Shows and Public Works
106
Transformable Paintings
113
PolymoRph
114
Kinetic Sculptures
117
TeleArt
122
Computer Art
126
Environmental Works
127
LOOKING INTO THE FUTURE
181
Agan in Japan
188
Agam and Science
192
Festive Hours
195
FountainShanayim
203
Agan and Music
206
And God Saw That it Was good
211
SUNSET IN JERUSALEM
218
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Page 8 - ... sees the invisible in the visible, the spiritual in the corporeal, and the reflection of the unknowable God in everything.

About the author (2007)

Sayako Aragaki makes his home in Paris and Jerusalem.

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