Aesthetic Collisions

By Communications Office RSS Mon, April 7, 2008

Yesterday Libby Rosof of roberta fallon and libby rosof's artblog posted a piece on the When Photography and Printmaking Collide exhibition currently on view in the Parkway Central Library’s West Gallery. “There are some beautiful works in the exhibition,” writes Rosof, “including Andy Warhol’s Jacqueline Kennedy II, 1966 which is printed with a mesmerizing, silvery lavender color.” On view through June 27, When Photography and Printmaking Collide features pieces by photographers, printmakers, and book artists whose works combine the media of photography and printmaking.

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