An Instrument of Collaboration, Art on the Page

Unfolding the Legacy of the Graphic Investigation Workshop

Art Talk previously on in Australia. Published by anonymous on Thursday 10 August 2017. Wednesday 29 November 2017 to Wednesday 29 November 2017.

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Join Caren Florence from the University of Canberra for a talk on the unfolding legacy of the graphic investigation workshop as part of a public program of events for the Art on the Page exhibition at the University of Melbourne's Noel Shaw Gallery.

Art on the Page showcases the astonishing, little-known book illustration work of a number of the world’s finest artists including Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Antoni Tàpies, Marc Chagall, David Hockney and Joan Miró. Their original woodcuts, lithographs, etchings, tableaux and engravings—of the type normally found on the gallery wall—accompany the work of revered writers including Vladimir Mayakovsky, James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, Emily Brontë and Guillaume Apollinaire.

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Leigh Scott Room, Level 1 Baillieu Library The University of Melbourne Parkville 12:00-1:00PM