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The visual poetry of the 1960s

— February 2015

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'Graphic Constellations' opens this Friday in Cambridge

‘Graphic Constellations: Visual Poetry and the Properties of Space’ is a group exhibition co-curated by Bronac Ferran and Will Hill at the Ruskin Gallery in Cambridge, UK that opens on 6 February. The artists are:

Liliane Lijn 
Frank Molina
Hansjörg Mayer
Ann Noël
Edward Wright

This exhibition brings together experimental typography, graphic design, concrete and kinetic poetry of the 1960s with catalogues, journals and texts that reflect the extraordinary visual inventiveness of the period.  

The exhibition will continue until Saturday 21 February.

Ruskin Gallery
Anglia Ruskin University
East Road

For more on the art of the 1960s see:

Bridget Riley: The sixties start here
Five founders of Pop art
Psychedelic experiences and cultural transformation
Design goes ‘Pop’

Claes Oldenburg: ‘every sidewalk is a ray gun beach’
‘Something pleasant’ from a master of Pop art

Richard Hamilton and the fine art of mass media

Fluxus: The Silverman Collection in New York

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