Jackson Pollock - the musical
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Jackson Pollock - the musical Jackson Pollock the Musical
by Roger McKinley


RRT: £9.99
ISBN: 978-0-9552672-1-5
Pagination: 170pp
Format: Paperback
Size: 217mm x 137mm
Publication: 5th April 2007

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Jackson Pollock the Musical
by Roger McKinley

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Winner of the Urbis ‘Best of Manchester Awards 2007 – Visual Arts Category’


“Jackson Pollock the Musical demonstrates an extraordinary concept born of great ambition. It defies categorization, crossing and blending genres, and pushing the boundaries of possibility of the discipline of visual arts … truly encapsulating the spirit of the Best of Manchester.”

Peter Saville, Manchester, 4th July 2007

“I have always found Jackson Pollock the most interesting abstract expressionist and a drunken and tragic figure, and I hope this book has a deserved success."

George Melly

“In this offbeat libretto McKinley is concerned with depicting the visionary on the cusp of change… The cerebral mythicism of the artist’s inner life is grounded by touching domestic detail.”

Katie Popperwell, FLUX Magazine