Thursday, October 30, 2014

Collage Class

A book about Hannah Hoch, a pioneering collagist

A class on making collages will be given in the Sycip Room on the 4th Floor this Saturday. Collage is one of the most egalitarian mediums. One doesn't need paints, brushes or canvas -  just a substrate, or support, images (from magazines or newspapers,) and gluestick. Of course, there's no rule that says you can't decorate a collage with paint or pencil. Below are some books on making collage, with and without embellishment.

The age of collage: contemporary collage in modern art /
[edited by Dennis Busch, Hendrik Hellige, and Robert Klanten
702.812 Ag31

The art of collage
Gerald F. Brommer ; [consulting editors, George F. Horn, Sarita R. Rainey].
702.8 B788a

Collage Art : A Step-By-Step Guide & Showcase
Jennifer L. Atkinson
702.812 At55c

Collage : contemporary artists hunt and gather, cut and paste, mash up and transform 
 Danielle Kryser ; foreword, Anthony Zinonos
709.22 K9493c

The collage handbook
John and Joan Digby
702.8 D569c

Collage playground : a fresh approach to creating mixed-media art
Kimberly Santiago
702.812 Sa595c

Collage : the making of modern art

Brandon Taylor
751.493 T2126c

Cut & paste : 21st-century collage
Richard Brereton ; with Caroline Roberts
709.22 B753c 

Collage lab : experiments, investigations, and exploratory projects
Bee Shay

702.812 Sh29c  

Modern women : women artists at the Museum of Modern Art
edited by Cornelia H. Butler and Alexandra Schwartz
704.042 M7208

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