I want, in each work, the world, like
my countryman Mahler, the whole pie, not just one triangular wedge of it, but
all of it in all of its contradictions, paradoxes, ironies, unbearable sorrows, indescribable joys, tragic comedy, farce, pathos and drama, both authentic and fraudulent.

The world, I say to myself, on which all this takes place simultaneously—the world so incomprehensible, so dear, so much in need of our care, of our embrace.

WILLIAM PACHNER

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IMAGINED FRAGMENTS
Black and White Works on Paper

MARCH 30-MAY 5, 2013
RECEPTION MARCH 30
4pm-6pm
BYRDCLIFFE Kleinert/James Center for the Arts

36 Tinker Street
Woodstock, Ny 12498