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Artists Space: Aaron Flint Jamison | Richard Hollis - 15 Sept 2013 to 10 Nov 2013

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15 Sept 2013 to 10 Nov 2013
Gallery Hours Tues: 2 - 8 pm
Wed thru Sat: 12 - 6 pm
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Aaron Flint Jamison
September 15 – November 10, 2013
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Artists in this exhibition: Aaron Flint Jamison , Richard Hollis


Aaron Flint Jamison

September 15 – November 10, 2013
Opening: Saturday, September 14, 6 - 8pm
Artists Space : Exhibitions
38 Greene Street
3rd Floor

Artists Space is pleased to present the first US solo exhibition by Aaron Flint Jamison.


Aaron Flint Jamison (born 1979, Montana) has made recent solo exhibitions at Cubitt, London (2013); Centre d’édition contemporaine, Geneva; Artspeak, Vancouver; Air de Paris, Paris (all 2012); and castillo/corrales, Paris (2011). He lives and works in Portland, Oregon where he is the co-founder of the art center Yale Union (YU), and the founder and editor of Veneer Magazine. He also co-founded the artist-run center Department of Safety (2002-2010) in Anacortes, Washington.


Richard Hollis

September 21 – November 10, 2013
Opening: Friday, September 20, 6 - 8pm
Artists Space : Books & Talks
55 Walker Street

British graphic designer Richard Hollis (born London, 1934) is a seminal figure in postwar design and communication. Working consistently since the 1950s as a freelance designer, Hollis has also authored influential books on design history and theory. His practice has placed emphasis on close collaboration with those commissioning his design, including writers, editors, artists, curators and architects. An overriding concern for the effective and economic communication of the client's message has remained consistent throughout his work.

This exhibition, curated by design historian Emily King with designer Stuart Bailey, is the first overview of Hollis's work in the US. Consisting of over 150 items drawn from the designer's personal archive including finished pieces, layouts, and notes, it reflects Hollis's entire professional life, including his travels in the 1950s and 60s to Cuba, Zurich and Paris, his part in founding a new art school in Bristol in 1964, his role in the design of radical politics in the 1960s and 70s and his career-long address of graphic design as a function of social, technical and aesthetic factors.

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