Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Architecture of Words

Check out Letters: Michael Morris and Concrete Poetry at the Belkin. It's an excellent exhibit and a chance to revisit one facet of Morris' impressive 1960's output.

It's the first time the Letters works have all been exhibited together and they dominate the main gallery space, vibrating with an electric energy.

Morris' concrete poetry work has a bold, graphic clarity and meets at the intersection of typography, design and verse. A rich group of concrete poetry works from the Belkin collection provides context, including pieces by Ugo Carrega, Gerhard Ruhm and Jiri Kolar.

The show runs until April 8, 2012 and includes Artists talks and programs.

Now, if we could get a retrospective on Brian Fisher's work...

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