Zen and Artists of the Eighth Street Club: Ibram Lassaw and Hasegawa Saburo
by Johnson, Sarah
The City University of New York, 2005. Softcover. VG (BW illus. are better quality than most of these photocopies; clean.). Dissertation. Spiral bound. Photocopied from microfilm by UMI. 317 pp. BW illus. Dissertation. Explores the correspondence and friendship of two postwar artists: Russian-American abstract sculptor Ibram Lassaw (1913-2003) and Japanese-born avant-garde artist Hasegawa Saburo (1906-1957), as well as their involvement with Zen Buddhism. Included is attention their lectures at the Eighth Street Artist's Club in New York.
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