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The worlds of Lincoln Kirstein  / 

Martin Duberman.Knew York, NY: Knopf, 2007 - viii, 723, [36] p.: ill.
uitgave: Knew York, NY: Knopf, 2007 - viii, 723, [36] p.: ill.
samenvatting: Lincoln Kirstein?s contributions to the nation?s life, as both an intellectual force and advocate of the arts, were unparalleled. While still an undergraduate, he started the innovative literary journal Hound and Horn, as well as the modernist Harvard Society for Contemporary Art?forerunner of the Museum of Modern Art. He brought George Balanchine to the United States, and in service to the great choreographer?s talent, persisted, against heavy odds, in creating both the New York City Ballet and the School of American Ballet. But behind this remarkably accomplished and renowned public face lay a complex, contradictory, often tortured human being. Kirstein suffered for decades from bipolar disorder, which frequently strained his relationships with his family and friends, a circle that included many notables, from W. H. Auden to Nelson Rockefeller. And despite being married for more than fifty years to a woman whom he deeply loved, Kirstein had a wide range of homosexual relationships throughout the course of his life.

signatuur: cat. (duber/wor) b

The worlds of Lincoln Kirstein
cat. (duber/wor) b
Martin Duberman.

Mosaic : memoirs  / 

Lincoln Kirstein.New York, NY: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1994 - xii, 269 p.: ill.
uitgave: New York, NY: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1994 - xii, 269 p.: ill.
samenvatting: Memoirs of the co-founder of the New York City Ballet and the School of American Ballet.

signatuur: cat. (kirst/mos) b

Mosaic : memoirs
cat. (kirst/mos) b
Lincoln Kirstein.

Kirstein's Letters, Part 1: Balanchine  / Martin Duberman.

Gay & Lesbian Review, 24 (2017) 1 (jan-feb), p. 12-16
bron: Gay & Lesbian Review jaargang: 24 (2017) 1 (jan-feb), p. 12-16
samenvatting: A huge collection of family correspondence of Lincoln Kirstein came on the market that had previously been held in private hands.The Houghton Library at Harvard bought the collection. At roughly the same time, the University of Texas' Ransom Center had purchased yet another set of previously buried Kirstein letters, these to his close friend, the painter Pavel Tchelitchev. Both Haughton and Ransom allowed Martin Duberman open access and expansive photocopying privileges. He decided to condense the new findings into a couple of articles in The Gay & Lesbian Review. The material falls into two separate compartments: the world of the dance in general and the ballet in particular and Kirstein's frank appraisals of the personalities and accomplishments of the circle of gay artists in which he traveled.

signatuur: ts.


Kirstein's Letters, Part 1: Balanchine
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Martin Duberman.
Gay & Lesbian Review


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