Institutions by Artists Print Centre Photographs

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Scholarly level: 
Faculty/Staff
Date created: 
2012-10
Keywords: 
Artist-run publishing
Book store
Prints
Art prints
Self-publishing
Art publications
Abstract: 

During Institutions by Artists, Fillip was pleased to present a series of free, parallel events in the lobby of SFU Woodward’s that investigated the material culture produced by the institutional practices of artists. The Print Centre featured talks, launches, and screenings by conference presenters and attendees. Presented in collaboration with a temporary book store hosted by Motto Books (Berlin).

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 Photographs from a lecture given at the Print Centre.

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Image
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Rights holder: 
Michelle Hadbavny; Institutions by Artists; Fillip; PAARC; ARCA
Sponsor(s): 
Canada Council for the Arts
Heritage Canada Languages Support Program
British Columbia Arts Council
City of Vancouver
Simon Fraser University, School for the Contemporary Arts
Simon Fraser University Library
Hootsuite
SFU Woodwards
Andy Warhol Foundation for the Arts
Goethe Institut
Consulat général de France à Vancouver
Consulado-Geral do Brasil em Vancouver
Audain Gallery, SFU Woodwards
Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver
Surrey Art Gallery
Yishu Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art
Emily Carr University of Art + Design
Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, University of British Columbia
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