November 27, 2013

Ms. cried - ミズクライド ( information)

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Ms. cried @ 池袋LIBRO 様

77 poems by hiromi suzuki 『Ms. Cried』 (如月出版) は、全国の書店様・Amazonにてお買い求め頂けます。


書評を頂きました。謹んで感謝申し上げます。

■ 静岡市葵区鷹匠 水曜文庫 様 新刊「Ms cried」のご案内 (November 25, 2013 )

■ 中野新橋 古書 猫額洞 様 鈴木博美・山本一語「Ms.cried(ミズクライド)」 (November 27, 2013 )


*Ms. cried - 77 poems (@mscried) on twitter でもinformationを発信しております。ぜひご覧くださいませ。

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November 24, 2013

KITASONO KATSUE SURREALIST POET

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KITASONO KATSUE
SURREALIST POET
exhibition at LACMA

カリフォルニアのJohn Solt 氏から届いた北園克衛展リーフレット!

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November 18, 2013

‘Ms. cried’ 77 poems by hiromi suzuki

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‘Ms. cried’
77 poems by hiromi suzuki

photographs by ichigo yamamoto

kisaragi publishing, 2013.11.22 on sale

ISBN978-4-901850-42-1

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gui #100

12月1日発行、詩誌『gui』100号に、詩とスクリーンプリント4頁を連載しております。

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screen print : hiromi suzuki, 鈴木博美

*北園克衛『VOU』の血脈を継ぐ詩人・アーティストとご一緒させていただいております。

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November 14, 2013

The Deep Sky/Sea Field Guide

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The Deep Sea Field Guide, No. 1
silkscreen print • 30x22" • 2013

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The Deep Sea Field Guide, No. 5
silkscreen print • 30x22" • 2013

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The Deep Sea Field Guide, No. 6
silkscreen print • 30x22" • 2013

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The Deep Sky Field Guide, No. 2
silkscreen print • 30x22" • 2013

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The Deep Sky Field Guide, No. 3
silkscreen print • 30x22" • 2013

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The Deep Sky Field Guide, No. 4
silkscreen print • 30x22" • 2013

The Deep Sky/Sea Field Guide by Christian Villacillo via printeresting

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November 12, 2013

Dr. Dain L. Tasker

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Dr. Dain L. Tasker (1872 - 1964) from National Public Radio

_____ Throughout the 1930s Dr. Dain L. Tasker, a radiologist, used fine-focus X-ray tubes to produce floral studies on X-ray film. Published in "U. S. Camera" and "Popular Photography" magazines, and tutored by the photographer Will Connell, Tasker''s work was hailed for its beauty.

"Flowers are the expression of the love life of plants," Tasker once wrote. Sublime in their minimalist sensibility, Tasker''s images of flowers are ethereal, ghost-like representations of this frequently photographed subject. The inherent transparency of Tasker''s chosen medium also reveals the strength of the plant''s structure, lending the image a sort of eroticism and dynamic modernism. _____

from Joseph Bellows Gallery - Dr. Dain L. Tasker - Biography

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November 10, 2013

Emily Dickinson’s Envelope Poems

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_____ Emily Dickinson’s poetry was not written for a print medium, even though it was written in an age of print. When we come to edit her work for bookish presentation, therefore, we must accommodate our typographical conventions to her work, not the other way round. _____
Studies in Scale Excerpts from The Gorgeous Nothings by Jen Bervin and Emily Dickinson

from The Poetry Foundation

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Anne Sexton

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ANNE SEXTON (1928 - 1967)

_____ Sexton, Anne Gray Harvey (9 Nov. 1928-4 Oct. 1974), poet and playwright, was born in Newton, Massachusetts, the daughter of Ralph Harvey, a successful woolen manufacturer, and Mary Gray Staples. Anne was raised in comfortable middle-class circumstances in Weston, Massachusetts, and at the summer compound on Squirrel Island in Maine, but she was never at ease with the life prescribed for her. Her father was an alcoholic, and her mother's literary aspirations had been frustrated by family life. Anne took refuge from her dysfunctional family in her close relationship with "Nana" (Anna Dingley), her maiden great-aunt who lived with the family during Anne's adolescence. Sexton's biographer, Diane Middlebrook, recounts possible sexual abuse by Anne's parents during her childhood; at the very least, Anne felt that her parents were hostile to her and feared that they might abandon her. Her aunt's later breakdown and hospitalization also traumatized her. _____
Anne Sexton's Life by Linda Wagner-Martin

from BIOGRAPHIES: Anne Sexton

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Wanting to Die

By Anne Sexton


Since you ask, most days I cannot remember.
I walk in my clothing, unmarked by that voyage.
Then the almost unnameable lust returns.


Even then I have nothing against life.
I know well the grass blades you mention,
the furniture you have placed under the sun.


But suicides have a special language.
Like carpenters they want to know which tools.
They never ask why build.


Twice I have so simply declared myself,
have possessed the enemy, eaten the enemy,
have taken on his craft, his magic.


In this way, heavy and thoughtful,
warmer than oil or water,
I have rested, drooling at the mouth-hole.


I did not think of my body at needle point.
Even the cornea and the leftover urine were gone.
Suicides have already betrayed the body.


Still-born, they don’t always die,
but dazzled, they can’t forget a drug so sweet
that even children would look on and smile.


To thrust all that life under your tongue!—
that, all by itself, becomes a passion.
Death’s a sad bone; bruised, you’d say,


and yet she waits for me, year after year,
to so delicately undo an old wound,
to empty my breath from its bad prison.


Balanced there, suicides sometimes meet,
raging at the fruit a pumped-up moon,
leaving the bread they mistook for a kiss,


leaving the page of the book carelessly open,
something unsaid, the phone off the hook
and the love whatever it was, an infection.


from The Poetry Foundation

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Anne Sexton at home reading Wanting to Die

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November 06, 2013

L'écume des jours #265

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© photo by orangepeel

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November 05, 2013

Editions of 100

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Number 9
By Daniel Freytag

Limited Edition Gyclée Print
420 x 594mm / 16.5" x 23.4"
Heavyweight uncoated paper
(Archival quality / 230gsm)
Hand editioned in pencil

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Build
By Daniel Freytag

Limited Edition Gyclée Print
420 x 594mm / 16.5" x 23.4"
Heavyweight uncoated paper
(Archival quality / 230gsm)
Hand editioned in pencil

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Brévent
By Daniel Freytag

Limited Edition Screenprint
Metallic silver / white overprint
500 x 707mm / 19.7" x 27.8"
Black fine-art paper
(Kaskad Raven / 225gsm)
Hand editioned in pencil

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Kompakt-Kassette
By Daniel Freytag

Limited Edition Screenprint
Metallic silver opaque ink
420 x 594mm / 16.5" x 23.4"
Matt black fine-art paper
(Plike / 240gsm)
Hand editioned in pencil

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Tempest One
By Daniel Freytag

Limited Edition Gyclée Print
420 x 594mm / 16.5" x 23.4"
Heavyweight uncoated paper

ディテイルを拡大すると、版画それぞれのテクスチャがうつくしい。

from Editions of 100

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Catherine Brooks

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Speak Sweetly
2012
color aquatitnt with soft ground etching
10 X 10"

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Same Sire, Same Sun
2012
color drypoint on gampi paper chine colle
10 X 10"

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Thunder Brother, Sister Wind
2012
color drypoint on gampi paper chine colle
10 X 10"

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Moon Breath
2012
burnished aquatint on gampi paper chine colle
10 X 10"

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Ida & Pingala
2011
color aquatint with drypoint
10 X 10"

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"There's a Light"
2011
color aquatint
10 X 10"

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Mezzanine Exaltation
2012
etching collage

from Catherine Brooks

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November 03, 2013

Štirje pesniki iz Slovenje

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連休中日、神保町古書市にて『ザ・リバー』 (ヘンリー・D・ソロー, 1993 宝島社)と『思ひ出』 (北原白秋, 1967 柳河版)を購入。

たのしみにしていた「スロベニアからの4人の詩人」朗読会 (明治大学アカデミーコモン)へ。
モチーフになっていた“葡萄の樹”への質問に、「キリスト教以前の宗教の象徴。真実・大切なものを意味しています」とのこと。
ケルトや北欧の世界樹とおなじ概念なのかしら、とおもい、
いただいた詩の冊子をあらためて読み返しながら、
スロベニアの詩人の、自然への畏怖・畏敬からの内省を感じ取りました。

野村喜和夫氏の“不老川”を拝聴。
武蔵野台地の果て、逃げ水の里に育った10代の私にとって、
不老川は、空っ風を顔に受けながら自転車こいでやっとたどりついた《水》の風景だった。
不老川。
スロベニアの詩人によって「furo river」と翻訳されたのが不思議だった。
furo =flow。
冬には干上がってしまうという不老川が、「ひそかに息づき流れ続ける川」として鮮やかによみがえった。
狭山市堀兼の小流は川越で新河岸川に合流し東京湾へ。そして世界の大洋へ。

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November 02, 2013

川 KAWA=FLOW

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KAWA=FLOW

フラジャイルでポエティックな写真。

from Masao Yamamoto / 山本昌男

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