2014 Exhibitions

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2014 Exhibitions

Items in the 2014 Exhibitions Collection

Art &amp; Project Bulletins<br /><br />
Facsimilies selected from the Art & Project Bulletins on display at the Joan Flasch Artists' Book Collection.  The Dutch Gallery Art & Project, led by Geert van Beijeren and Adriaan van Ravesteijn, opened in September of 1968. What initially…

Advanced Artists&#039; Books Display Case Show<br /><br />
Myungah Hyon's Advanced Artists' Books class in the SAIC Printmedia Department presents their work from over the course of the semester.

Faithfully Flat<br /><br />
Visual artist and Fulbright Fellow Ly Hoang presents her work alongside selections from the Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection Faithfully in Latin is fideliter Flat in Latin is planus  The term Faithfully flat is occasionally used in the…

Child&#039;s Play: The Intersection of Artists&#039; Books and Children&#039;s Books<br /><br />
Artists’ books have long taken cues from the forms of children’s books. The items in this exhibition emulate textbooks, notebooks, and workbooks re-approach alphabet books and coloring books, reproduce childhood games and toys, and alter existing…

SAIC Alumni Showcase <br /><br />
In anticipation of Alumni Weekend (September 18th – 21st) Flaxman Library Special Collections presents works by SAIC alumni from the Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection. Committed to showing all forms of artists’ publications on an…

Get the Word Out! Posters from the Randolph Street Gallery Archive<br /><br />
In conjunction with the Art & Social Practice exhibition and symposium, Flaxman Library presents posters from the Randolph Street Gallery Archive. Randolph Street Gallery (RSG) was a vital force in the contemporary arts for over twenty years…

Dispersions: An Exhibition by the Hans Ulrich Obrist Archive Class<br /><br />
"Point d’ironie" originated from a talk between agnès b., Christian Boltanski and Hans Ulrich Obrist in 1997 on the subject of “dispersion.” Each issue is made by a different artist and 100,000 copies are distributed for free around the world.…

BOOTH: Look here, knocking<br /><br />
This exhibition is deeply invested in the poetics of sound and visual taxonomy. Our curatorial approach engages and intervenes, in dialogue with the works presented here to extend a heightened perusal cum dispersal of a poetics unfettered by…