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File consists of exhibition flyers, a catalogue list, condition reports, correspondence, a press release, newspaper articles and photographs. Collage in the Sixties featured works by Badgley, Baxter, Bissett, Burri, Doray, Grey, Harvey, Kiyooka, Onley, Shadbolt, Skelton, Smith, Stanzl, and Tidd. Banners, U.S.A., was organized by Barbara Kulicke and circulated through the United States by The American Federation of the Arts. The exhibition featured eleven banners and eight cartoons. These banners resulted from a cooperation between artists (largely of the New York pop school) and modern techniques of mass production, all bent on evolving works which may result in art, but whose impact is eminently decorative: vibrant in colour, with clean neat lines, and the simplicity, gaiety and festivity of heraldic display. The two exhibits purposefully define the word 'collage' broadly, to highlight the versatility of the source. The exhibition ran at the UBC Fine Arts Gallery from October 14 to 31, 1964.

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2 cm of textual records and graphic materials
Material Type
Textual record, Graphic material

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