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Richard Ibghy and Marilou Lemmens:
The Power Given to Abstractions that Make Us Stupid
Essays by Vincent Bonin, Lorna Brown, Sunny Kerr, Melanie O’Brian, Kitty Scott, and Ibghy and Lemmens

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Year: 2020
224 pp col. ill. 13" x 10"
ISBN: 978–1–55339–417–4
$25.00 softcover

In honour of the publication’s debut at the Vancouver Art Book Fair 18–26 October, we are offering a 30% discount for a limited time. Special price: $25 (from $35)

Under the guise of a certain quiet and disciplined whimsy, the art of Richard Ibghy and Marilou Lemmens holds a complexity of ideas, aesthetic force and allusion that overflows with interpretive valences. A collaborative and multi-authored first monograph, this rich body of text and documentation traces their recent decade of projects and exhibitions through graphing economic thought, speculative fiction and performance.

Co-published by Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Southern Alberta Art Gallery, SFU Galleries and the Owens Art Gallery.

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