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Title Titian Metamorphosis : art music dance, a collaboration between the Royal Ballet and the National Gallery / edited and introduced by Minna Moore Ede ; foreword by Dame Monica Mason ; with photography by Gautier Deblonde, Johan Persson and Andrej Uspenski.

Published London Art Books Publishing, 2013.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Southbank  792.845 Tit    AVAILABLE
Physical description 182 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
Summary This visually stunning publication celebrates a unique collaboration between two of the UKs leading cultural institutions, the National Gallery and The Royal Ballet. Together they commissioned three contemporary artists Chris Ofili, Conrad Shawcross and Mark Wallinger to work with international choreographers and composers to create three new ballets inspired by Titians paintings Diana and Actaeon, 'The Death of Actaeon' and 'Diana and Callisto'. As well as designing all the sets and costumes, the artists also produced entirely new works in response to Titians masterpieces for a show at the National Gallery. The book tells the story of this extraordinary, complex project from conception to stage and gallery. The artists notebooks, sketches and other material from the studio are reproduced to show how they evolved their initial ideas into working designs. 0Exhibition: National Gallery, London, UK (11.7.-23.9.2012).
Other author Moore Ede, Minna A.
Deblonde, Gautier.
Persson, Johan.
Uspenskii, Andrej.
Wallinger, Mark, 1959-
Shawcross, Conrad.
Ofili, Chris, 1968-
Royal Ballet.
National Gallery (Great Britain)
Subject Titian, approximately 1488-1576 -- Adaptations.
Wallinger, Mark, 1959-
Shawcross, Conrad.
Ofili, Chris, 1968-
Art and dance.
Variant Title Metamorphosis.
Standard Number (YBP)9729140
ISBN 9781908970077