You Should've Heard Just What I Seen

ARTBOOK | D.A.P.
Feb 3, 2014 4:54PM
"I can't sing but I can sing along. There is a place past the blues I never want to see again. Echoes like a malfunction in the landscape. Wild horses don't know where they're going. A song can rob the light from a room." Featured text and image come from a collaboration between David Berman, Friedrich Kunath and Michael Schmelling, which is reproduced in You Should've Heard Just What I Seen, launching this week at the LAABF. Published by Gregory R. Miller & Co., this volume explores how music shapes the experience of making and looking at art, with original contributions from over 50 leading contemporary artists, curators and gallerists, including Elizabeth Peyton, Jay Sanders, Chris Ofili, Jeremy Deller, Dave Muller, Jeff Poe, Kelley Walker, Rashid Johnson, Roe Ethridge, Spencer Sweeney, Thomas Lax, Laura Owens, Trisha Donnelly and Matthew Higgs, to name only a few.
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