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Title Martha Whittington: Deus Ex Machina - Jul. 28, 2012 to Oct. 6, 2012
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia Exhibition Folders
View File View Exhibition Catalogue
Date 2011-2013
Type Folder
Catalog Number MOEX 001-100
Creator Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia
Extent of Description One accordion folder
Scope & Content The exhibition folder contains several copies of a printed catalogue and a copy of the 2013 Working Artist Project (WAP) Calendar, as well as printing receipts and correspondence related to the creation of the catalogue. Individual artist sub-files include copies of printed announcement/mailers for individual exhibitions, as well as press releases and copies of reviews and articles, WAP contracts, programming flyers and brochures, artist biographical information and resumes, application and correspondence, promotional materials and past reviews, sketches and examples of work in print format. Logistical documents include loan agreements, studio assistant contracts and checklists.

Media linked files
- Catalogue, Working Artist Project 2011-2012, MOCA GA, 2013
Biographical History The Working Artist Project 2011-2012 annual award winners were: Gregor Turk: Terminal Velocity, May 5 - July 14, 2012; Martha Whittington: Deus Ex Machina, July 28 - October 6, 2012; and Brian Dettmer: Elemental, October 20, 2012 - January 5, 2013. Catalogue includes essays by Joey Orr, Gabriella Jasin, PhD, and Buzz Spector, artist statements, images of each artist and a selection of artist works, with photography courtesy of the artists and Ilia Varcev, and by Michael McKelvey. Juried by Michael Rooks.
People Dettmer, Brian
Jasin, Gabriela Ph.D.
Orr, Joey
Rooks, Michael
Spector, Buzz
Turk, Gregor
Whittington, Martha
Access Conditions Access to archives collections is available by appointment.
Parent ObjectID MOEX 001
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