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Title Cheryl Goldsleger: Utopia - Sept. 6, 2003 to Nov. 1, 2003
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia Exhibition Folders
View File View Exhibition Catalogue
Date 2002-2003
Type Folder
Catalog Number MOEX 001-011
Creator Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia
Extent of Description One accordion folder
Scope & Content Exhibition folder holds materials generated for the Utopia exhibition including CD of images from Utopia, press releases, printed invitations and exhibition catalogs, copies of newspaper and magazine reviews, and announcements (2003). Exhibition research includes exhibition materials from non-MOCA GA exhibitions such as announcements, brochures, and approximately 100 slides of artwork (1986-2003). Logistical documents include lists, quotes, invoices and correspondence regarding insurance, shipping and packing, and installation at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, the Morris Museum of Art, and the National Science Academy. There are written planning notes, condition reports, loan agreements and participation contracts, and correspondence regarding the exhibition's possible travel to additional venues (2002-2006).

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-Catalogue, Cheryl Goldsleger: Utopia, September 6 - November 1, 2003, MOCA GA, 2003
Biographical History In the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia's exhibition Utopia, Which traveled to the Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA (September 25 - November 6, 2005) and to the National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC (November 15, 2005 - March 30, 2006) artist Cheryl Goldsleger explored the roots of her architectonic imagery by creating mixed media paintings based on the work of women architects. She selected 25 female architects spanning the history of women's involvement in architecture. The selected architects and their projects shared a concern for human needs and problems and display a unique vision or solution. By focusing on women's attitudes toward spatial organization she explored the unique qualities that women have brought to design through their understanding, knowledge and sensitivity. Catalogue includes essay by Rex Weil, with photography by Montgomery Photography Studio.
People Goldsleger, Cheryl
Weil, Rex
Access Conditions Access to archives collections is available by appointment.
Parent ObjectID MOEX 001
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