Focus on WWU Collections: Part I: Consortium Photographs of the ‘70s

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Mon, Jan 4, 1999 through Tue, Feb 9, 1999

As a founding member of the Washington Art Consortium, Western owns with six other institutions an extraordinary group of American works on paper 1945-1975. Recent gifts from Richard Aiken and the Estate of Mary Margaret Aiken expand this Consortium collection into the eighties and nineties. International designers from Western's well known chair collection amplify this review of art of the last half of the 20th century.

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