About this Exhibit
This online exhibit of books and broadsides by artist and printer Lynne Avadenka is based on a physical exhibit that was on display in the Frankel Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Michigan from March to May 2013. It was curated by Lynne Avadenka and Peggy Daub.
Additional Information & Contacts
For more information about Lynne Avadenka's work, see http://www.lynneavadenka.com.
For more information about this exhibit, contact Peggy Daub at email@example.com
For a slideshow of Lynne Avadenka's art exhibit at the Institute for the Humanities, see http://www.lsa.umich.edu/humanities/gallery/multimedia
The catalog for the joint exhibits can be seen at http://issuu.com/humin/docs/avadenka-catalog-final
The Special Collections Library at the University of Michigan has extensive collections of fine press books by Michigan Artists. The printed works of Lynne Avadenka featured in this exhibit and the work of many other book artists are available for use in our Reading Room. For more information, see: http://www.lib.umich.edu/special-collections-library.
The Art, Architecture, & Engineering Library at the University of Michigan also has a fine collection of artists' books. For more information, see: http://sitemaker.umich.edu/artistsbooks.
Special Thanks to:
Lynne Avadenka, for her cooperation, input, and encouragement.
Cathleen Baker & Thomas Hogarth in the Library's Conservation Unit for their assistance in mounting the physical exhibit.
Deborah Dash Moore, Director, and Cheri Thompson, Business Manager in the Frankel Institute for support in mounting the physical exhibit.
Martha O'Hara Conway, Director, and Pablo Alvarez, Curator in the Special Collections Library for their encouragement and support.
Meghan Musolff, Online Exhibit Maven, for her instruction and support.
A Retrospective Look at Works Printed by Lynne Avadenka