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  1. The Hundred Headless Women : La Femme 100 tetes by Max Ernst, 1981-09
  2. Max Ernst (Museum of Modern Art) by William S. Lieberman, 1961-06
  3. Max Ernst (Art Monographs) by Pere Gimferrer, 1993-06-30
  4. Max Ernst. Loplop. Die Selbstdarstellung des Künstlers. by Werner Spies, 1998-09-01
  5. Thinking About Science: Max Delbruck and the Origins of Molecular Biology by Ernst Peter Fischer, Carol Lipson, et all 1995-09-21
  6. Max Ernst: 5 juillet-5 octobre 1983, Fondation Maeght ... Saint-Paul (French Edition)
  7. Schrecken Und Lust: Die Versuchung Des Heiligen Augustinus Von Hieronymus Bosch Bis Max Ernst (Publikationen Des Bucerius Kunst Forums) (German Edition) by Ortrud Westheider, 2008-04-30
  8. Max Ernst Frottages by Werner Spies, 1986-09
  9. Max Ernst: Dadamax (Piper Galerie) (German Edition) by Max Ernst, 1979
  10. Max Ernst: The Psychoanalytic Sources (Studies in the Fine Arts Avant-Garde) by Elizabeth M. Legge, 1989-07
  11. Max Ernst: Dada and the Dawn of Surrealism (Monographs) by William Camfield, 1998-11-01
  12. Mike und ich und Max Ernst. Eine ungewöhnliche Liebesgeschichte. (Ab 12 J.). by Antonia Michaelis, 2003-06-01
  13. Max Ernst: Maximiliana: The illegal practice of astronomy : hommage à Dorothea Tanning by Max Ernst, 1974

21. Ernst Max, Prints, For Surrealism, Lithograph Signed
Ernst Max For surrealism, Lithograph signed, on sale at Michelle Champetier, Prints art gallery, specialist in Ernst Max, lithograph, etching, screenprint, book.
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22. Max Mathews
Personal comments about his use of computers in compositional endeavors. Includes photographs.
Max Mathews
Max Mathews wrote the following summary of his work in computer music for "Horizons in Computer Music", an event that took place March 8-9, 1997 at the Simon Recital Center of the School of Music, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana: "Computer performance of music was born in 1957 when an IBM 704 in NYC played a 17 second composition on the Music I program which I wrote. The timbres and notes were not inspiring, but the technical breakthrough is still reverberating. Music I led me to Music II through V. A host of others wrote Music 10, Music 360, Music 15, CSound, Cmix. Many exciting pieces are now performed digitally. "The IBM 704 and its siblings were strictly studio machinesthey were far too slow to synthesize music in real-time. Chowning's FM algorithms and the advent of fast, inexpensive, digital chips made real-time possible, and equally important, made it affordable. "Starting with the Groove program in 1970, my interests have focused on live performance and what a computer can do to aid a performer. I made a controller, the radio-baton, plus a program, the conductor program, to provide new ways for interpreting and performing traditional scores. In addition to contemporary composers, these proved attractive to soloists as a way of playing orchestral accompaniments. Singers often prefer to play their own accompaniments. "Recently I have added improvisational options which make it easy to write compositional algorithms. These can involve precomposed sequences, random functions, and live performance gestures. The algorithms are written in the "C" language. We have taught a course in this area to Stanford undergraduates for two years. To our happy surprise, the students liked learning and using "C". Primarily I believe it gives them a feeling of complete power to command the computer to do anything it is capable of doing."

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24. Max Mathews - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Max Mathews playing and sampling the violin connected to an IBM 704 computer Max Vernon Mathews (* November 13, 1926, in Columbus Nebraska ) is a pioneer in the world of computer music . He studied electrical engineering at the California Institute of Technology and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology , receiving a Sc.D. in 1954. Working at Bell Labs , Mathews wrote MUSIC , the first widely-used program for sound generation, in 1957. For the rest of the century, he continued as a leader in digital audio research, synthesis , and human-computer interaction as it pertains to music performance Although he was not the first to generate sound with a computer (an Australian CSIRAC computer played tunes as early as 1951), Mathews fathered generations of digital music tools. He describes his work in parental terms in this excerpt from "Horizons in Computer Music," March 8-9, 1997, Indiana University "Computer performance of music was born in 1957 when an IBM 704 in NYC played a 17 second composition on the Music I program which I wrote. The timbres and notes were not inspiring, but the technical breakthrough is still reverberating. Music I led me to

25. Max Ernst —
Encyclopedia Ernst, Max. Ernst, Max (m ks ernst) 1891–1976, German painter. After World War I, Ernst joined the Dada movement in Paris and then became a founder of surrealism

26. Ernst, Max (Harper's Magazine)
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27. Max Ophüls - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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Germany Occupation Director, Writer Years active Spouse Hildegard Wall (1926-?) Max Ophüls (born Maximillian Oppenheimer , 6 May 1902, Saarbrücken Germany - 26 March 1957, Hamburg , Germany ) was an influential German-born film director who worked in Germany, the United States and France . He made nearly thirty films.
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He started his career as a stage actor in 1919 but moved into theatre production in 1924. Two years later, he became creative director of the Burgtheater in Vienna and, having had 200 plays to his credit, turned to film production in 1929, when he became a dialogue director under Anatole Litvak at UFA in Berlin. He worked throughout Germany and directed his first film in 1931, the comedy short Dann schon lieber Lebertran (literally In This Case, Rather Cod-Liver Oil Of his early films, the most acclaimed is Liebelei (1933), which included a number of the characteristic elements for which he was to become known: luxurious sets, a feminist attitude, and a duel between a younger and older man.

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    Ernst, Max key Dada movement in Paris and then became a founder of surrealism . Apart from the medium of collage , for which he is well known, Ernst developed other devices to express his fantastic vision. In frottage he rubbed black chalk on paper held against various materials such as leaves, wood, and fabrics to achieve bizarre effects. He was also the author of several volumes of collage novels. A note of whimsy often characterizes his dreamlike landscapes while other works reveal an allegorical imagination. Two Children Are Threatened by a Nightingale and several other works are in the Museum of Modern Art, New York City. See his Beyond Painting (1948); studies by J. Russell (1967) and U. M. Schneede (1973); R. Rainwater, Max Ernst, Beyond Surrealism: An Exhibition of the Artist's Books and Prints (1986); W. A. Camfield, ed.

36. Mighty Max (a Titles And Air Dates Guide)
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37. Ernst, Max - Astro-Databank, Max Ernst Horoscope, Born 2 April 1891 In Bruhl
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German-French artist and a protégé of Andre Breton. Slender and handsome, Ernst pioneered the research of textural surfaces and graphic surrealist collage. He was not considered a naturally excellent painter, though he did produce a few great canvases such as the comic, ominous "Celebes" in 1921. He liked to experiment with exotic painting techniques, and his work tended to juxtapose images in the same way that thinkers can juxtapose thoughts. While a philosophy student, he was overwhelmed with Cézanne and van Gogh, and first painted as an impressionist in 1911. He met Hans Arp in 1914 and they became friends and sometimes collaborators. At the outbreak of World War I, he was living as an artist in Paris, but chose to return to Germany where he served in WW I. He later said that he died on 8/01/1914, and was reborn on 11/11/1918. (Actually, his only war wounds came from a rifle recoil and a mule's kick.) After the War, he began collage and surrealistic works and was active in the German Dada Movement. When Breton, the Parisian chief instigator of surrealism received some collages from Ernst in 1921, he said that they "moved us in a way we never experienced again."

38. Max Horkheimer - Wikipedia, La Enciclopedia Libre
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Horkheimer nació el 14 de febrero de en Stuttgart en una familia adinerada judía . Debido a la presión de su padre, Max abandonó la escuela a los dieciséis años para empezar a trabajar en la fábrica de su padre. En , su carrera como manufacturero terminó y fue reclutado para participar en la Primera Guerra Mundial Después de que terminó la guerra, se matriculó en la

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Alemania Nacionalidad Alemán Ocupación Filósofo economista jurista historiador ... politólogo y sociólogo Maximilian Carl Emil Weber Érfurt 21 de abril de Múnich 14 de junio de ) fue un filósofo economista jurista historiador ... politólogo y sociólogo alemán , considerado uno de los fundadores del estudio moderno antipositivista , de la sociología y la administración pública . Sus trabajos más importantes se relacionan con la sociología de la religión y el gobierno , pero también escribió mucho en el campo de la economía . Su obra más reconocida es el ensayo La ética protestante y el espíritu del capitalismo , que fue el inicio de un trabajo sobre la sociología de la religión . Weber argumentó que la religión fue uno de los aspectos más importantes que influyeron en el desarrollo de las culturas occidental y oriental. En otra de sus obras famosas, La ciencia como vocación, la política como vocación

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