Wild things are happening, the art of Maurice Sendak, edited by Jonathan Weinberg ; with an analysis by Thomas Crow ; [contributors, John Bell, Lynn Caponera, Thomas Crow [and two others]]
The work Wild things are happening, the art of Maurice Sendak, edited by Jonathan Weinberg ; with an analysis by Thomas Crow ; [contributors, John Bell, Lynn Caponera, Thomas Crow [and two others]] represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in DC Public Library System.

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  • sFKh4r6-A-k
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  • Wild things are happening, the art of Maurice Sendak, edited by Jonathan Weinberg ; with an analysis by Thomas Crow ; [contributors, John Bell, Lynn Caponera, Thomas Crow [and two others]]
Main title
  • Wild things are happening
Sub title
  • the art of Maurice Sendak
Responsibility statement
  • edited by Jonathan Weinberg ; with an analysis by Thomas Crow ; [contributors, John Bell, Lynn Caponera, Thomas Crow [and two others]]
Variant title
  • Art of Maurice Sendak
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • "Published in conjunction with the eponymous Sendak retrospective touring museums in the United States and Europe in 2022-24, Wild Things Are Happening emphasizes Maurice Sendak's relationship to the history of art and the influences of his art collecting on his images. It features previously unpublished sketches, story boards and paintings that emphasize Sendak's creative processes. Bringing together a broad diversity of perspectives on the award-winning artist, the book includes an extended essay by the renowned art historian Thomas Crow that traces the genesis and cultural contexts of Sendak's most famous book, Where the Wild Things Are. It also includes interviews and appreciations by many of Sendak's key collaborators, including Carroll Ballard, Michael Di Capua, John Dugdale, Spike Jonze, Twyla Tharp and Arthur Yorinks."-- Publisher's description
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  • Includes bibliographical references (page 247) and index
Illustrations
  • illustrations
Index
  • index present
Literary form
  • non fiction
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  • catalogs
  • bibliography
OCLC Number
  • 1317309374
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