Exhibition in Art + Architecture + Planning, UBC Library

An exhibition guest curated by David Bellman and Meirion Cynog Evans is on display in the Art + Architecture + Planning Division at the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre. Close Connections: A Bibliographic Exhibition showcases Lucy Lippard’s unorthodox catalogue for 955,000—an exhibition that opened at the Vancouver Art Gallery in 1970, along with other notable works reflecting the production of key international artists.  The exhibition is part of a Collective for Advanced and Unified Studies in the Visual Arts (CAUSA) research project highlighting resources held in Vancouver’s local art libraries and archives.

Close Connections: A Bibliographic Exhibition runs until November 12, 2011, and is located on level three of the north wing of the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre.

For more information on the CAUSA project and the exhibition at ARTSPEAK held in conjunction with the bibliographic exhibition, please visit: http://artspeak.ca/exhibitions/event_detail.html?event_id=283

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