[ih-maj-in] : Artists’ Books from PaperWorks

Tuesday, April 5, 2022 to Saturday, June 25, 2022
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An open book with yellow, blue, red, and white pages.

To imagine is to dream, fantasize, hope, fear, evoke, and evolve. Our imaginations embrace curiosity and wonder, possibility and impossibility as they spark our individual and collective futures into being. Join us for an exhibition of artists’ books that engage with the imagination, presented in cooperation with PaperWorks, the Sonoran Collective for Paper and Book Artists. Juried by book artist Barbara Tetenbaum, this exhibit explores how artmakers enliven their creative visions across diverse book forms, varied techniques, and the interplay of image and text. Venture into the space of each book to explore the world of your own imagination.

This is a physical exhibit that will be displayed in the Jeremy Ingalls Gallery at the Poetry Center.

Image credit: Artist book by Cherrie Lucerne-Martin and and Anita B. Rankin

Cost: 

Free
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