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Gorman Annual Rare Art Book and Special Collections Exhibitions  [10]

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Exhibit Catalog for, "SEM, GiGi, and Caricature," February 3 - April 19, 2015

Boudewyns, Deborah; Keating, Lindsay; Otten, Nikki (2015)
The exhibition, "Sem, GiGi, and caricature," celebrates the new thirty-foot long acquisition, "Sem au Bois," accompanied by other special collection materials contextualizing caricature during la Belle Epoque in France, ...

Postcard for, "Getting to Truths: An Exhibition Featuring Selections from the Marshall Weber Culture Wars Zine Collection: 1976-2013," September 17 - October 7, 2015

Boudewyns, Deborah; Keating, Lindsay; Klug, Shannon (2014-09-17)
Zines selected for the exhibit “Getting to Truths” represent production methods and formats to exemplify the bold and creative range of manifestations from raw xerox booklets to printed and bound zines. Ten categories ...

Exhibit Guide for, "Visual Spaces, Literacy Places," March 11 - May 5, 2011

Sienkiewicz, Emily; Wertheim, Laura; Boudewyns, Deborah K. Ultan; Klug, Shannon; Terpstra, Darren; Peters, Jen (2013-06-06)
Selections from the Francis V. Gorman Rare and Special Art Book Collection have been highlighted in annual exhibitions since 2003. These exhibitions have focused on themes such as celebrity culture, graphic design, the ...

Exhibit Guide for, "Paradise and Purgatory," February 14 - April 4, 2008

Boudewyns, Deborah Ultan; Freeman, Travis; Wong, Michael (2013-05-31)
Two art exhibits—one of works by University of Minnesota graduate students, and one of images from the University's Gorman Rare Art Book Collection—explore themes of salvation and damnation in art. Work ranging from the ...

Exhibit Catalog, "The Birth of Celebrity Culture in the City of Lights" 2007

Sik, Sarah (2007-02)
The Birth of Celebrity Culture in the City of Lights examines the print culture of fin-de-siècle France to highlight a number of the earliest examples of the dynamic intersections of charisma with an era of mass consumption ...

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