Felipe Ehrenberg: A Neologist's Art & Archive Booklet

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The following are excerpts from the Stanford University, Special Collections & University Archives's description of this publication: 

The Stanford University Libraries, Department of Special Collections, held an exhibition entitled Felipe Ehrenberg: A Neologist’s Art and Archive from November 19, 2003 through March 15, 2004 in the Peterson Gallery of Green Library. This exhibition celebrated the work of Ehrenberg (b. 1943, Mexico City), best known as a pioneer of experimental and conceptual art. The display featured artists’ books and multiples, prints, correspondence, and ephemera from the artist’s archive, the Felipe Ehrenberg Papers (1964–2000), as well as the archive of Beau Geste Press (1970–1976) in England.

Felipe Ehrenberg: A Neologist’s Art & Archive featured items from the Beau Geste Press Ephemera Collection (1970–1976), and the Felipe Ehrenberg Papers (1964–2000)—one of the largest archives of a Latin American artist available to the public. Both collections are held at the Department of Special Collections, Green Library, and were acquired by the Stanford University Libraries in 1994 and 2000, respectively.

In conjunction with the exhibition, the Stanford University Libraries published the exhibition catalogue Felipe Ehrenberg: A Neologist’s Art and Archive. The catalogue includes color reproductions of works by Ehrenberg and an essay by contemporary Latin American art specialist D. Vanessa Kam. 

Read more here: https://library.stanford.edu/spc/exhibitspublications/past-exhibits/felipe-ehrenberg-neologists-art-archive 

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Felipe Ehrenberg: A Neologist's Art & Archive Booklet

Felipe Ehrenberg: A Neologist's Art & Archive Booklet