Ostfildern, Germany: Hatje Cantz Verlag. Fine in Near Fine dj. (c.2010). 1st (English-language) Edition. Hardcover. 0-87932-036-2 . [nice book, essentially as new with no discernible wear; jacket shows only slight surface handling wear]. (color and B&W photos, drawings, etc.) A lavishly-produced trip through the artistic universe of David Lynch, "a world governed by nightmares and the uncanny." Published in conjunction with a major Lynch retrospective presented by the Max Ernst Museum Brühl of the LVR, this volume concentrates on far more than Lynch's films, offering "a gripping survey of Lynch's unusual oeuvre, focusing on his activity in both cinema and the visual arts." Contains essays by a half-dozen writers, with titles like "The Lord of the Inland Empire: Seven Meanderings in the Hinterland and Netherworld of David Lynch" and "Non-Narrative Visibility: How David Lynch Watches Himself Watching Us." As one of the writers concludes: "Only behold. Behold." Damn good advice, I'd say. [NOTE: The text is entirely in English.] . (Inventory #: 22103)
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