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The Second Diasporist Manifesto

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This book, a follow-up to Kitaj's influential First Diasporist Manifesto (1989), is a personal reflection on the Jewish Question in contemporary art as it is lived and painted and imagined by one of today's most innovative and controversial artists. In 615 distinct propositions that deliberately echo the Commandments of Jewish Law, Kitaj here channels his ideas for a new ...more
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published October 28th 2007 by Yale University Press
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This is a wonderful book - "crazy as Blake," according to Kitaj's friend Frank Auerbach. I shall hold it as close as I hold the First Diasporist Manifesto.
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