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Exhibits to Enjoy

Race & Personal Narrative

The book has a long history as a rich vessel for stories of the human condition. Amontaine Aurore and Kimisha Turner will present their artists’ book Reverie. They will be joined by Carletta Carrington Wilson, book artist. Works in this exhibit are from the book of the bound series, including the interactive piece chain letter of debtors and collage works.

Pacific Lutheran University Art Gallery

February 20-March 20

Open Sesame: The Magic of Artists Books Revealed

Open Sesame! The Magic of Artist’s Books Revealed is a major look into the special world of Artist’s Books. It includes special installations by artists including Diane Jacobs, Daniel Smith and Carletta Carrington Wilson. This exhibition is co-curated by BIMA’s Founder, Cynthia Sears, Amy Goldthwaite (BIMA Curatorial Associate) and Catherine Alice Michaelis (Artist). A selection of the pieces, those which include the entire poem, from the installation letter to a laundress will be on view.

Bainbridge Island Museum of Art

March 1–June 9

Sparks and Catalysts: Social Justice and the Role of Book Arts

The graphic format and immersive, tactile quality of artist books make them a prime vehicle for sharing powerful information. This panel will explore the potential for this intimate art form to wrangle with critical and often poignant human issues. Panelists, including Fred Hagstrom, Carletta Carrington Wilson, Ellen Knudson and Jeffrey Morin, will share their perspectives and approaches to this important work. Moderated by Jane Carlin.

Bainbridge Island Museum of Art

March 30, 7pm, Panel Discussion

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