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Aspects of our national heritage

Ferry, David (2006) Aspects of our national heritage

Record type: Art Design Item

Abstract

Set of fifteen original books each containing between 50 and 200 original photomontage defilments from the original sourse material. In curatorial terms these books could be defined as being altered. The following specific artist book titles from this on going set of Fifteen Artists Books are now in the following public collections: Joan Flaesh Collection of Book Arts, John Flaxman Library, Art Institute of Chicago, USA. `The Lake District`. Polish National Museum of Book Arts, Lodze, Poland.`selected images from `the Lake District` as a presentation folder. All Saints library collection of Book Arts. Manchester University, UK.`David Ferry`s Aspects of our National Heritage` Catalogue. University of Southampton, special collections (book arts). Winchester School of Art Library.`Buckinghamshire Footpaths`. Clive Jennings Fine Art London,`A Picture History of England ...mainly in Black and White.` ESTEEM. Awarded the Bronze Medal at the First International Book Arts Competition, Seoul, Korea. 2005. for artists book `A picture History of England`. International Jury, Prize awarded on behalf of the Korean Minister for Culture and Tourism Awarded Special Commendation Award Second International Book Arts Competition, Seoul, South Korea, June 2006. for artists book `Colourful England in Colour`. Delivered keynote seminar `Crimes of Passion` Third Seoul international Book Arts Fair. COEX Centre, Seoul, South Korea, June 4 2006. Abbreviated essay by David Ferry published by the Korean Book Press Association in the commemorative catalogue that accompanied the international event. Awared a small grant by the Korean Ministry of Culture for the delivery of the seminar.

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Accepted/In Press date: June 2006
Additional Information: Set of fifteen original books each containing between 50 and 200 original photomontage defilments from the original sourse material. In curatorial terms these books could be defined as being altered. The following specific artist book titles from this on going set of Fifteen Artists Books are now in the following public collections: Joan Flaesh Collection of Book Arts, John Flaxman Library, Art Institute of Chicago, USA. `The Lake District`. Polish National Museum of Book Arts, Lodze, Poland.`selected images from `the Lake District` as a presentation folder. All Saints library collection of Book Arts. Manchester University, UK.`David Ferry`s Aspects of our National Heritage` Catalogue. University of Southampton, special collections (book arts). Winchester School of Art Library.`Buckinghamshire Footpaths`. Clive Jennings Fine Art London,`A Picture History of England ...mainly in Black and White.` ESTEEM. Awarded the Bronze Medal at the First International Book Arts Competition, Seoul, Korea. 2005. for artists book `A picture History of England`. International Jury, Prize awarded on behalf of the Korean Minister for Culture and Tourism Awarded Special Commendation Award Second International Book Arts Competition, Seoul, South Korea, June 2006. for artists book `Colourful England in Colour`. Delivered keynote seminar `Crimes of Passion` Third Seoul international Book Arts Fair. COEX Centre, Seoul, South Korea, June 4 2006. Abbreviated essay by David Ferry published by the Korean Book Press Association in the commemorative catalogue that accompanied the international event. Awared a small grant by the Korean Ministry of Culture for the delivery of the seminar.

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Local EPrints ID: 153633
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/153633
PURE UUID: edb11f46-9f45-4050-8c9e-64490658f36f

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Date deposited: 20 May 2010 12:58
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 12:48

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Author: David Ferry

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