Monumental Ideas in Miniature Books II
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Feb. 1-25, 2013
The exhibition“Monumental Ideas in Miniature Books II” (MIMB II) will feature a variety of artist books produced by artists from around the world.
Organized by Hui-Chu Ying, Professor of Art at the University of Akron, the MIMB II is a curated collection of small artist books produced by artists from India, Pakistan, Germany, China, Japan, Canada, and Spain; as well as locally. MIMB II is an educational and collaborative project aimed at encouraging artists to produce books that can be shared readily, and then distributing them to as wide an audience as possible. The exhibition features small-sized “object-books” that expand the traditional definition of a book beyond merely a carrier of text, to an object that functions as three-dimensional sculpture.
Directions to Hiram College can be found at http://www.hiram.edu/about/map. For additional information, please call the Hiram College Art Department at 330-569-5304.
The Art Gallery is located at the Gelbke Fine Arts Center, 12000 Winrock Road, and is open from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Explore Past Exhibits
- Annual Juried Art Show (2013)
- Monumental Ideas in Miniature Books II
- Before Digital: The Era of Silver Photography
- Artist-in-Residence: Leighton Pierce
- Robert Buganski: Composing in Space
- Linda Bourassa: Wandering
- Jack Carlton: Youngstown Murals Project
- Dave Thomas: Then And Now
- Clayton Pond 50 Years Later: A Retrospective of Paintings & Print
- New Views in Fiber: 8 Voices
- Point of Departure: Five Contemporary Realists
- Senior Art Show
- Annual Juried Student Art Show
- Artist in Residence - Cynthia Penter
- Studio Art Faculty Show
- Sarah Schuster & Nanette Yannuzzi-Macias: Arousing the Ordinary
- George Schroeder: Paintings & Collages
- Artist in Residence: Lorenzo Pezzatini
- Hiram College Field Studies Program Presents: The Shore
- Charles Kanwischer & Elaine S. Wilson Unfolding Landscape: The Pastoral Reformed Exhibition Reception
- Margaret Neill Stream Exhibition Reception
- 2008 Senior Art Exhibition
- Hui-Chu Ying: Prayers
- Lynn Saville: Night/Shift
- Fall '07 Creative Space Exhibition: Works from Italy