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Magical Objects Masks

Drop in to Llandaff Library before 6th March to see the current exhibition. The work on display is by CSAD L5 students from their recent Field Project: Magical Objects Masks.

With thanks to James Green and students for installing this thought-provoking show.

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Exhibition: Gogoneddus Ych-a-Fi Glorious Disgust

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by | February 19, 2018 · 2:46 pm

Library Treasures: Artists’ Books

Currently on show at Llandaff Library ground floor

Library Treasures glass case publicity

 

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pop-up, pop-out, unfold, reveal

From a reproduction of the Victorian pop-up Lothar Meggendorfer’s International Circus to Charlotte Biszewski’s 2014 ‘Le circ’, Cardiff Met’s Special Collections house many books that only reveal their secrets when opened and unfolded.

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This display can be seen on the ground floor of Llandaff Library and features the following work:

TALLER LENATEROS: Bolom Chon, Charlotte BISZEWSKI Le circ, Joyeb & Moyna CHITRAKAR: Tsunami, Young-Ju CHOI: Daily Express, Alex CZINZEL: Secret Exclusive Shame, Kate FARLEY: Inside Out, FRANTIC-HAM & contributors: Franticham’s Assemblage Box No 6, Katsumi KOMAGATA: Little Tree, Yeon Ock LEE, A place to go to feel the beauty of nothingness, Angela Lorenz: The Theater of Nature or Curiosity Filled the Cabinet, Andrew MALONE: The Observer’s Book of the Larger British Moths, Lothar MEGGENDORFER: International Circus, Sarah NICHOLLS: Tell the Bees, Billy O’CALLAGHAN: Staring at our Sun, Joanna ROBSON: Dracula’s Crossing, Dieter ROTH: 2 Bilderbücher Dieter Roth Collected Works Vol. 1, Christine TACQ: “Hatbox” A Storm of Stars, Jo WILSON: Happy Birthday Matchbox and Beside the Sea.

To arrange a visit to see the Artists’ Books Collection, or other items in our Special Collections, please email SpecialCollections@cardiffmet.ac.uk

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Artists’ Books for World Book Day

Looking forward to showing some of our artists’ books at Cyncoed Campus tomorrow as part of the library’s World Book Day celebrations.

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The Library’s Artists’ Books Collection is growing rapidly, with now over 350 books. The term ‘Artist’s Book’ refers to books made or conceived by an artist – artworks in their own right.

Whilst many contemporary books have been bought for the collection, others have been donated or moved from the main shelves of the library into the Special Collections. From these we find that we have books representing each of the decades since the 1960s.  To celebrate this – that our collection covers fifty of the 150+ years of Cardiff Metropolitan University – we feature examples from across those fifty years.

 

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Watch this space!

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Ground floor – Llandaff Library

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Georgia O’Keeffe

If your interest in Georgia O’Keeffe as been piqued by the current exhibition at Tate Modern (running until 30 October), do check the shelves in Llandaff Library . . . . we have wonderful books about her life and work. Most reside on the shelves at 759.13 OKE, though if you explore the catalogue MetSearch you will find more shelf locations – in addition there are links to online resources such as journal articles.

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INC2968208: Georgia O’Keeffe, 1918 (palladium print), Stieglitz, Alfred (1864-1946) The Art Institute of Chicago, IL, USA   Bridgeman Images

To access a rich source of images from Bridgeman Education, make sure you are logged in to your Cardiff Met account.

71ITMqDv3vSIllumination: The Paintings of Georgia O’Keeffe, Agnes Pelton, Agnes Martin and Florence Miller Pierce

51PbPOxWKwLGeorgia O’Keeffe and New Mexico: A Sense of Place

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Georgia O’Keeffe by Barbara Buhler Lynes

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