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The resistance will continue, but come say goodbye to Opposition.
Rutgers University’s Special Collections and University Archives will hold an exhibition closing reception for Opposition, an exhibition of artists’ books, installations, and related textually based or inspired art work on Wednesday, January 17th from 5-7 pm.
Following a panel discussion moderated by Karen Guancione, with other Opposition artists, including Asha Ganpat, Susan Happersett, China Marks, and Dikko Faust & Esther Smith of the Purgatory Pie Press, and a premiere of Karen Guancione: Book Arts, Installations & Assemblages – a digital archive of photographs and texts conceived by Grace Agnew, we will serve light refreshments in a room adjoining the gallery.
The Closing discussion will be held in the Pane Room on the main floor of the Alexander Library, at 169 College Avenue, New Brunswick.