Планино, пирин планино
Sweet song about the Pirin Mountains on the border between Bulgaria and Macedonia. Typical polyphonic sounds from this region.
The earliest recording youtu.be/BbTkwsHqw7s we can find is apparently from the 20’s but, though it has the same lyrics, is basically turned into a western popular song. So we’re posting the folk-revival version above, reverb and all.
On Friday, November 14, 5.30-7.30 pm, come to the MoMA Library for an informal tribute to collector, dealer, and artist of “self-historcization” Guglielmo Achille Cavellini (1914–1990).
We’ll have a hands-on discussion of mail art works by Cavellini, then visit the related exhibition Analog Network: Mail Art 1960-1999.
As part of his self-historicization project, Cavellini imagined a 2014 centenary exhibition of his work, to be shown at art museums around the world. Though the exhibitions remained a fantasy, we hope he would have appreciated this event. -jt
Guglielmo Cavellini. Informazione, n.d. [1970s].
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Mit dir in mir beginne ich den Tod zu ahnen
"With you within me I begin to anticipate death"
The revival tent at William Powhida and Jade Townsend’s “New New Berlin” (all photos by the author for Hyperallergic)
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It was coming
And here it is