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|The Missing Peace Opens in Chicago, Book Available|
The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama can be seen at the Loyola University Museum of Art in Chicago now through January 14, 2007.The exhibit includes the Sakamoto contribution, sonic mandala.
In addition, The Missing Peace - "The Book" can now be ordered online here in the Continental United States. For shipments outside the US, the book can be ordered from Amazon.com. This book contains photos of the original contributions from 88 artists representing more than 30 countries. As a companion piece to the exhibit, the book offers a further exploration of art as a catalyst for peace.
The Missing Peace exhibit heads to NYC in March, 2007.
|Babel Soundtrack In Stores 11/21|
Concord Records will release the two CD original motion picture soundtrack of music from and inspired by Babel on 11/21. The soundtrack is currently available for pre-release download in the iTunes Music Store.
Music is an integral part of the process for director and soundtrack producer Alejandro Gonz«¡lez I«Ğ«¡rritu, so this collection is sure to please. "My films are symphonies," the director explains. "I listen to and accumulate music that will be an inspiration during the writing of the script, pre-production, filming and editing. I assimilate the music and create scenes that have a pulse and internal rhythm."
In addition to music from and inspired by the film, the Babel features original the score composed by Gustavo Santaolalla.
|Sakamoto Featured in Babel|
Ryuichi Sakamoto's only love can conquer hate and Bibo no Aozora can be heard in Alejandro Gonz«¡lez I«Ğ«¡rritu's Babel. Featuring Brad Pitt, Cate Blanchett, Gael Garc«¿a Bernal, and K«Ôji Yakusho, Babel is considered the final part of the trilogy that began with Alejandro Gonz«¡lez I«Ğ«¡rritu's Amores Perros and 21 Grams.
Babel is in theaters now, and the trailer is available here.
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