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Material Meets Metaphor: A Half Century of Book Art by Richard Minsky

decoration02 Aug. 2010|29 Nov. 2010

Richard Minsky, pioneering contemporary book artist and founder of the Center for Book Arts in New York City, is known for his conceptual approach to hand bookbinding and commitment to changing the perception of the book arts from craft to fine art. He combines a background in Economics with an innovative use of traditional methods and new materials to create sculptural, often political bookworks.  His blending of an eclectic mix of interests, from musical and theatre performance to social issues and virtual worlds, remain a hallmark of Minsky’s career.  This exhibition showcases his editioned (non-commissioned, made in multiple copies) bookworks alongside selections from the Richard Minsky Archive, which documents the history of his career and his working process.

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DATE
02 Aug. 2010|29 Nov. 2010
ADDRESS
Entrance: Loria Center for the History of Art, 190 York Street, New Haven, CT
CITY
New Haven, CT
( UNITED STATES )
ORGANIZED BY
Yale University
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