Looking at Music

Looking at Music
Dan Gould
  • 29 august 2008

The Museum of Modern Art has a new show that looks at the period of time in the 60’s and 70’s when artists were expanding their creative horizons. “Looking at Music” gathers choice examples of cross-media works, where artists tried doing music, or musicians started making films. It documents an era that foreshadows our modern world of “DIY”, where artists can dabble in all parts of the creative process.

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