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Title Responding to Home, September 27 - November 24, 2007
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia Exhibition Folders
View File View Exhibition Catalogue
Date 2007
Type Folder
Catalog Number MOEX 001-048
Creator Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia
Extent of Description One accordion folder
Scope & Content The exhibition folder contains several copies of printed announcement/invitation cards, catalogues and gallery didactic, and a VIP invitation to a private viewing of the exhibition. Planning documents include exhibition proposal and checklist. Research materials include photocopies of biographical information, resumes, artist statements, reviews and articles and two copies of a printed color 2008 calendar with photography by Jane Robbins Kerr. Logistical documents include loan agreements, exhibition agreements, shipping and printing documents, and correspondence regarding marketing the exhibition to other venues. There is a press kit with an accompanying CD of exhibition images, color photocopies of images, artist and curator biographies and resumes, and an exhibition summary.

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-Catalogue, Responding to Home, September 27 - November 24, 2007, MOCA GA, 2007
Biographical History This exhibition examined the meaning of "home" in contemporary society. The photographers chosen for the group exhibition lived in Georgia and yet most of them were not originally from the state, generating a wide range of perceptions. Catalogue includes essay by curator Susan Todd-Raques, and statements by the artists William Boling, Charles J. Hernard III, Jane Robbins Kerr, Judy Morris Lampert, Hank Margeson, Jerry Siegel, and Karen Tauches.
People Boling, William
Hemard, Charles J. III
Kerr, Jane Robbins
Lampert, Judy Morris
Margeson, Hank
Siegel, Jerry
Tauches, Karen
Todd-Raques, Susan
Access Conditions Access to archives collections is available by appointment.
Parent ObjectID MOEX 001
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