Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Chaim Moshe Tzadik Palestine (born 1947), known professionally as Charlemagne Palestine, is an American visual artist and musician. He has been described as being one of the founders of New York school of minimalist music, first initiated by La Monte Young, Terry Riley, Philip Glass, Steve Reich and Phil Niblock, although he prefers to call himself a maximalist.
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Q369916
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Introduction
Primarily a musician, Palestine has worked in various modes throughout his career, including visual and kinetic art, alone or in collaboration with others. His early work involved masses of sound and sustained drones related to trance states.
Nationalities
American, Belgian
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Composer, Musician, Installation Artist, Multimedia Artist, Performance Artist, Photographer, Video Artist
Names
Charlemagne Palestine, Chaim Moshe Tzadik Palestine, Charles Martin
Ulan
500093507
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