7/24/08

5th International Book & Paper Arts Triennial at Center for Book & Paper Arts

One of our limited edition book has been selected for the 5th International Book & Paper Arts Triennial at Center for Book & Paper Arts at Columbia College Chicago’s Center for Book & Paper Arts. The exhibition is open from June 25 until September 12, 2008 at 1104 S. Wabash Ave., second floor, Chicago. A closing reception will be held on Friday, September 12 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. A catalog of the exhibition will be available for purchase during the Closing Reception.

The great pictures below are from the center's website and something I have found very interesting is also their comprehensive list on the links page.

Here is the Press Release of the exhibition:

This juried exhibition features fine and letterpress printed and bound books, broadsides, artists’ books, book objects, sculptural paper, pulp painting and altered books that have been selected from an international base of some of the most recognized artists working in this medium today. Art works range in size from paper vessels that dangle from ceiling to floor down to sculpture that is 2” tall. Challenging the traditional definition of the book, the 5th Triennial features a book that is “written” in broken glass and another that contains the mnemonic bird calls of Midwest songbirds. Also included are etchings of Paris gardens, a taxonomy of urban fowl, illustrated poems, corn stalks made of paper, a photo journey through a car wash and many more wonderful and curious book and paper objects that comprise this triennial exhibition.

Forty-four finalists:
Lyn Ashby, M.K. Augustine, Alice Austin, Fairley Barnes, Jana Brubaker, Rob Buchert, Elaine Chong, Margaret Couch Cogswell, Archie Granot, Karen Hanmer, Mary Hark, Mary Heebner, Judy Bergman Hochberg, Craig Jobson, David B. Johnson, Peggy Johnston, Wendy Kawabata, Ellen Knudson, Carole Kunstadt, Angela Liguori and Silvana Amato, Elaine Langerman, Claudia Lee, Marie Marcano, Kim Matthews, Daniel Mellis, Tim Mosely, Elizabeth Munger, Sabina U. Nies, Jan Owen, Anne Pelikan, Sumi Perera, Sandi Rigby, Regula Russelle, Scripps College Press: Kitty Maryatt, Shawn Sheehy, Richard Shipps, Areujana Sim, Tricia Smout, Diane M. Stemper, S.C. Thayer, Jennifer Vignone Laura Wait, Beata Wehr, Linney Wix.

Jurors: Robert McCamant, Pam Paulsrud, and Max Yela.


3 comments:

Cartolina said...

Wow congratulations Angela - that's very cool and you deserve it for your beautiful work. It sounds like a wonderful, prestigious event.

parsiri said...

Congrats Angela! Your work is beautiful and it's great to see it getting recognized.

Also, thanks for visiting - I'm glad you enjoy my blog. :)

Brittanie said...

Beautiful! So detailed. I'm itching to go there now.

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