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[BKARTS] San Francisco opeining this Friday



If you're in the Bay Area, please join us on Friday December 6 at
7 pm for an opening reception for:
[re]Readings: Artistsą Books Now

Additionally, we will also be holding an Open House with San Francisco
Center for the Book on Saturday, December 14 at 1pm. (Open House to be
held at both Gallery Lux and SF Center for the Book.)

Curated by Kathleen Walkup, [re]Readings: Artistsą Books Now will exhibit
books made in the 21st century. Working in forms that range from the
unique to multiple, all books offer critical reading/viewing
opportunities that challenge the viewer to re-think the traditional book
form. In addition to the main gallery, we will also offer a Reading Room
where visitors will be invited to read and handle the books installed
there.

Works by: Cristina de Almeida, Kathleen Burch, Betsy Davids, Helen
Douglas, Julia Featheringill, Jason Francisco, Susannah Hays, Arthur
Huang, Andrea Jespersen, Susan Johanknecht, Alastair Johnston, Rob
Kovitz, Sara Langworthy, Emily Larned, Suzy Lee, Adam Lowe, Bonnie
McLeskey, Gary Meres, Leo Morrissey, Gina Reynoso, Jaime Robles,
ErinKovitz, Sara Langworthy, Emily Larned, Suzy Lee, Adam Lowe, Bonnie
McLeskey, Gary Meres, Leo Morrissey, Gina Reynoso, Jaime Robles, Erin
Shirreff, Jennifer Sonderby, Melody Sumner Carnahan & Michael Sumner,
Telfer Stokes, Stacy Wakefield, Beata Wehr, Christopher Wilde, and Emily
Wilson.

Lux
521 Seventh St. (at Bryant St.)
San Francisco, Ca
415.864.2222
www.luxdesign.com

San Francisco Center for the Book
300 De Haro St.
San Francisco, Ca
415.565.0545

Show dates: December 6, 2002 ­ February 14, 2003

Kathleen A. Walkup
Associate Professor
Director, Book Arts Program
Mills College
5000 MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland CA 94613

510 430 2001/tel
510 430 3314/fax
kwalk@mills.edu

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