Carl Djerassi’s sumptuous foretaste of publishing’s mixed-media future, part 2 (images)

Variant of Paul Klee’s Angelus Novus with the eyes of Paul Klee’s Baroque Portrait and the mouth of Paul Klee’s Absorption,  Carl Djerassi and Gabriele Seethaler, 2008 - by kind permission of Carl Djerassi

Variant of Paul Klee’s Angelus Novus with the eyes of Paul Klee’s Baroque Portrait and the mouth of Paul Klee’s Absorption (see below);  Carl Djerassi and Gabriele Seethaler, 2008
– by kind permission of Carl Djerassi

Absorption, self-portrait by Paul Klee, 1919

Absorption, self-portrait by Paul Klee, 1919

Baroque Port.

Baroque Portrait, Paul Klee, 1920

This is a small selection of the images referred to or created by Carl Djerassi – in collaboration with Gabriele Seethaler — in his Four Jews on Parnassus, introduced in part 1, on another page of this blog. Brief extracts from the dialogue they illustrate: part 3.

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