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Material Type: Book
Collection: Comics
Call Number: US EVFIC SAN2018
Title: Pittsburgh
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Personal name: Santoro, Frank
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007891 checked in 2019-04-18 21:34:15

Additional Bibliographic Information:
Topical term or geographic name as entry element: Everyday Fiction
International Standard Book Number: 9782369902522
Name of publisher, distributor, etc.: Editions çà et là
Date of publication, distribution, etc.: 2018
Other physical details: hardcover, large format
Summary, etc. note: "OK, all you comics aficionados and connoisseurs exhausting yourselves searching high and low for a comics work that will push the boundaries of the medium while stunning your senses and remaking your conception(s) of self, for a work that you can really sink your æsthetic, emotional and intellectual teeth into, you have reached quest’s end – or should we say, la fin de la quête. Frank Santoro’s Pittsburgh is a 224 page, beautifully printed and bound (by master printers in Latvia), full color (and what color!) hardcover published by Éditions çà et là in Paris, France (et, oui, c'est en français*). This book is comics like you’ve never seen them before. Each spread in this work is a fully realized composition in-and-of-itself, and each is then carefully woven into a tapestric, non-linear narrative that manifests an intuitive mimesis of the emotional states triggered by memories, and – crucially – by the memories of others as they are shared and represented in turn, some of which are being recalled and recreated from second- and third-hand sources, showing how memories of others memories, and of yet others’ memories, are all located in adjoining spaces in one's own memory and when recalled come alive together in recreating and representing our subjective reality, aka life as we live it. This is painting/drawing as comics as drawing/painting, a singular work, years in the making and a lifetime in the gestating." (https://copaceticcomics.com/comics/pittsburgh)
Expansion of summary note: United States, US, American, French, non-English, French comics, large format, memories, emotional, landscapes, non-linear, experimental, vivid colour, large format, hardcover, portraits, vignettes, relationships
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