Bach achieved a religious, mathematical, and musical ideal: he combined extreme complexity with impeccable stability, at once defining and surpassing Baroque ideals. From painting to music to architecture, the arts of the Baroque era took embellishment to its limit without surrendering harmony or uni
In 1797 a young brother and sister executed one of the more intriguing moves in the history of English literature: William and Dorothy Wordsworth took up residence in Alfoxden, Somersetshire, a stone's throw from Samuel Coleridge's home in Nether Stowey. The three would form the most productive liter
"A movement without motivation is unthinkable," Doris Humphrey wrote in "The Art of Making Dances," and she lived this statement out in her life, career, and dances. At a time when many dance artists were still acting out a balletic obsession with the presentation of limbs, Humphrey cultivated a deep
Dieter Appelt Dieter Appelt has been a Professor of Photography, Film and Video at the Hochschule der Kunst in Berlin since 1982. He studied photography at the Academy of Fine Art in Berlin as well as music at Leipzig and Berlin Music Academies.
Appelt's work of the late 70's & 80's was typically