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Le livre de l'ecriture heureuse = Sefer ha-Ktav ha-Ashuri = The book of the happy writing.

Author: Joëlle Dautricourt; Marvin A Sackner; Ruth Sackner; University of Miami. Library. Special Collections. Marvin and Ruth Sackner Artists' Books and Concrete Poetry Collection.
Publisher: Paris : [Joëlle Dautricourt], 2009
Edition/Format:   Print book : Multiple languages
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The book of the happy writing appears as a celebration of Jewish scripturality, huge visual poetry fresco on the Hebrew letter under all its space-time. Being inspired by the rules of traditional hermeneutics as much as language mystic, the work revisits the Jewish written corpus. Quotations for the prints are from the Book of Psalms, the Five Books of Moses, the Talmud, and the Haggadah, among other sources, as  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Artists' books
Concrete poetry
Visual poetry
Ideograms
Graphic arts
Symbols
Color prints (prints)
Digital prints
Hebrew (language)
Yiddish (language)
Specimens
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joëlle Dautricourt; Marvin A Sackner; Ruth Sackner; University of Miami. Library. Special Collections. Marvin and Ruth Sackner Artists' Books and Concrete Poetry Collection.
OCLC Number: 1004565268
Description: 1 volume (29 leaves of plates) : illustrations, plates ; 43 cm, in portfolio case 46 cm
Contents: 1. The book of the happy writing. Sefer ha-Ktav ha-Ashuri --
2. My tongue is the quill of an expert scribe --
3. Scribe exercises --
4. The wall of names --
5. Book avant-gardes --
6 Yiddish press --
7. Quill ladder --
8. The letters of creation --
9. Crowns bearers --
10. Doors of the Holy Ark --
11. The twelve tribes banners --
12. The breaking of the tables --
13. Writing in the prism of existence --
14. Angels army and vision of the divine chariot --
15. Scandalmongers --
16. Amulets --
17. Flower segulah --
18. Breastplate of the high priest --
19. Menorah black fire on white fire --
20. Temple music --
21. Crushed to enlighten --
22. Talmudic page --
23. Who knows four? --
24. Marvellous ketubah --
25. Megilat Golemah --
26. The Jewish heart.
Other Titles: Sefer ha-Ktav ha-Ashuri
Book of the happy writing

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The book of the happy writing appears as a celebration of Jewish scripturality, huge visual poetry fresco on the Hebrew letter under all its space-time. Being inspired by the rules of traditional hermeneutics as much as language mystic, the work revisits the Jewish written corpus. Quotations for the prints are from the Book of Psalms, the Five Books of Moses, the Talmud, and the Haggadah, among other sources, as interpreted by the artist.

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