11:00am with Holly Jerger, curator
Chapters explores the significance of Southern California artists in establishing the field of book arts between the 1960s and present day. Book art is a conceptual and craft-based art form that investigates relationships between content, imagery, and structure. The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form by looking at historic and contemporary artists and institutions, such as Susan E. King, Ed Ruscha, the Woman’s Building, and Otis College of Art and Design, who established the field in Southern California through artists’ books, sculptural forms, small editions, and zines.
CAFAM tour, RSVP by February 19, 2017 to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make time to stay for lunch after the tour in a nearby location yet to be decided.
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