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Turning rhyme for the ears into rhythm for the eyes: It's 'Concrete Poetry' at the Getty

Lively exhibition looks at the revolution started in the 1950s against conventional poetry structure of lines meant to be read from left to right, top to bottom.
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Concrete Poetry focuses on the purists of the movement, particularly the Brazilian Augusto de Campos, the Scottish poet Ian Hamilton Finlay, and the Austrian poet Ernst Jandl. The post An Eye for Words: Concrete Poets at the Getty a...

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