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Sacred sister

Author: Bettina WitteVeen; Robert Wilson; Charles A Riley
Publisher: Burlington, Vt. : Verve, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st ed
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The photographs that comprise this book were made over a period of eight years and in many areas throughout the world, including Southeast locations such as the jungles of Bali, Burma and Vietnam. This series of photographs embraces themes from Greek mythology (the Three Fates, Amazons, Hecate and Medusa) and Buddhism (the cult of Tara). Specifications for a suite of pavilions for the exhibition designed by Robert  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
Exhibitions
Named Person: Bettina WitteVeen; Bettina WitteVeen
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bettina WitteVeen; Robert Wilson; Charles A Riley
ISBN: 0966035259 9780966035254
OCLC Number: 61105036
Notes: Catalog of an exhibition.
Description: 184 p. (1 folded) : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 32 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
The 3 fates --
Amazons I --
Medusa I --
Medusa II --
Kali Hecate --
Amazons II --
Tara --
Drawings and installation --
The lateral artistry of Bettina WitteVeen.
Responsibility: photographs: Bettina WitteVeen ; installation: Robert Wilson ; essay: Charles A. Riley.

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The photographs that comprise this book were made over a period of eight years and in many areas throughout the world, including Southeast locations such as the jungles of Bali, Burma and Vietnam. This series of photographs embraces themes from Greek mythology (the Three Fates, Amazons, Hecate and Medusa) and Buddhism (the cult of Tara). Specifications for a suite of pavilions for the exhibition designed by Robert Wilson are included. Charles A. Riley discusses the mythological and allegorical meanings of the photographs in an essay written in collaboration with the artist.

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