An anastatic edition in English that includes the author’s handwriting and manuscript, preface and afterword by Janus, sensitive and skilful interpreter, to whom his friend Man Ray left his own pages. Works of the 1940s, by Man Ray, are also added.
Quoting Janus 1944 is a novel, but above all it is the idea of a novel. Despite being incomplete it was never finished it touches on some of the important points in Man Ray’s poetics the hypothesis of a future city, a city of the sun perennially bathed in light and colours, the imagination of a painter in search of confirmation of his literary vocation, searching for a precise place for his words, something Man Ray deeply believed in as a connective element between form and idea.
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Ano da edição||2012|
|Número de Páginas||184|