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DCA Fine Art and DigitalFusion Announce Carl Jung's “The Red Book”
annual Biennale de Venezia - including examples of the Official Limited Edition ‘Red Book’ prints , newly released by DigitalFusion. The venerable Venice Biennale, including this debut presentation of the “Red Book” prints, is on view to the public from June 1 to November 24, 2013 (with a preview from May 29 to May 31).

Renowned psychiatrist Carl G. Jung , one of the most...

Carl Jung's Red Book - Part 1 Interview Roger

Interview part 1 with Roger Woolger discussing Carl Jung's creative descent and Red Book. Dr Roger Woolger holds degrees in Psychology, Philosophy and Religi...

D D says:
Who has read Carl Jung's "The Red Book"? Opinion?
Wasn't Jung a real 'nutter' verifiablly so when he wrote the notes for this?
MGR says:
C. G. Jung worked on Liber Novus (The Red Book) from 1914 to 1930. This year it was published in a first edition that features both a facsimile of Jung’s original "illuminated pages" and an English...

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