Artists/Authors, Contemporary Artists’ Books / Northwest Artist/Authors

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Thu, Apr 29, 1999 through Fri, Jun 25, 1999

Once the exclusive province of writers, designers, and curators, the book format has become, at the end of the 2Oth century, a medium for the artistic intent of many contemporary artists. This spring exhibition was initiated by The American Federation of Arts, New York. In a different section, the Western Gallery will also be highlighting Northwest artists who work in this format.

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