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Print Matters

Published: 27 May 2011

Print matters is a group of three exhibitions related to artists' publications, ranging from seminal artists' books produced in the 1960s, to contemporary zines made by Graphic Arts students at Winchester School of Art.

A visual journey through the artist's book, curated by Linda Newington, is shown in the Special Collections Gallery on Level 4 of the Hartley Library, and grouped around four themes: beginnings, narratives, interventions and constructions.

Follow-ed (after Hokusai) is an exhibition of books inspired by American artist Edward Ruscha, collected and curated by Tom Sowden and Michalis Pichler, shown in the Winchester Gallery.

Zines, curated by James Branch and Cui Su, is displayed in the Level 4 Gallery, Hartley Library.

A visual journey through the artist's book and Zines: on until 25 March 2011. The Special Collections Gallery is open Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm and the Level 4 Gallery is open during Library opening hours.

Follow-ed (after Hokusai): runs from 2 February until 10 March 2011, open Tuesday to Friday, 10.00am to 4.30pm, at the Winchester Gallery.

Private views: Level 4 of the Hartley library on 3 February, 4.30-7.30pm and at the Winchester Gallery on 1 February, 5-7pm.

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