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TEXTures: an exhibition of texts, textures and structure in artists’ books



The Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture and the University of Johannesburg (UJ) Library in partnership with The Jack Ginsberg Collection of Artists’ Books presents an exhibition curated by Jack Ginsberg, David Paton and Rosalind Cleaver

Archives and Special Collections
Doornfontein Campus Library
University of Johannesburg

Corner Siemert Street /Joe Slovo Drive and Beit Street
Doornfontein
Johannesburg
South Africa

(Entrance in Siemert Street / Joe Slovo Drive)

The exhibition will be open for viewing from 6 March 2014 till 18 April 2014.
Mondays to Fridays: 08:00 – 16:00

For more information on the exhibition contact:
Riette Zaaiman, Manager, Archives & Special Collections
+27(0)11 559 6890 
+27(0)11 559 6882
riettez@uj.ac.za 




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Click the image for a view of: Tom Philips’s A Humument: A Treated Victorian Novel (2013 version)
Tom Philips’s A Humument: A Treated Victorian Novel (2013 version)
Click the image for a view of: Tom Philips’s A Humument: A Treated Victorian Novel (2013 version)
Tom Philips’s A Humument: A Treated Victorian Novel (2013 version)
Click the image for a view of: Romano Hänni’s Typo Bilder Buch
Romano Hänni’s Typo Bilder Buch
Click the image for a view of: Romano Hänni’s Typo Bilder Buch (cover)
Romano Hänni’s Typo Bilder Buch (cover)
Click the image for a view of: Jonathan Safran Foer's Tree of Codes & Mark Danielewski’s House of Leaves
Jonathan Safran Foer's Tree of Codes & Mark Danielewski’s House of Leaves
Click the image for a view of: Jonathan Safran Foer's Tree of Codes & Mark Danielewski’s House of Leaves
Jonathan Safran Foer's Tree of Codes & Mark Danielewski’s House of Leaves
Click the image for a view of: Karen Bleitz' The Mechanical Word: Wrecking Ball (to be) [blue], Julie Fleschman’s No Man’s Land & Susan Allix's 18 Faces
Karen Bleitz' The Mechanical Word: Wrecking Ball (to be) [blue], Julie Fleschman’s No Man’s Land & Susan Allix's 18 Faces
Click the image for a view of: Karen Bleitz' The Mechanical Word: Wrecking Ball (to be) [blue], Julie Fleschman’s No Man’s Land & Susan Allix's 18 Faces
Karen Bleitz' The Mechanical Word: Wrecking Ball (to be) [blue], Julie Fleschman’s No Man’s Land & Susan Allix's 18 Faces
Click the image for a view of: Cabinet including Ronald King’s Alphabeta Concertina & Hedi Kyle's A to Z
Cabinet including Ronald King’s Alphabeta Concertina & Hedi Kyle's A to Z
Click the image for a view of: Cabinet including Timothy Ely’s Charts & Julie Chen's Radio Silence
Cabinet including Timothy Ely’s Charts & Julie Chen's Radio Silence

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