Archival Documents   »Exhibition Materials

Exhibition announcements, catalog material, and other documents related to showings of Agrippa. See also “The Transmission”

Invitation to Attend Exhibition at Stella’s (1992)

press release
Item #D23. Invitation from the publisher to attend the exhibition of Agrippa (A Book of the Dead) at Stella’s, NYC, Oct. 29, 1992.

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[See also original preview of invitation]

Center for Book Arts Invitation (1993)

Invitation
Item #D17. Invitation to the Center for Book Arts opening of the exhibit of Agrippa, April 23, 1993.

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Center for Book Arts Newsletter Article (April 1993)

Newsletter
Item #D22. Center for Book Arts’ news article about the exhibition of Agrippa (A Book of the Dead).

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Center for Book Arts Exhibition Catalog (1993)

Center for Book Arts Exhibition Catalog
Item #D43. Catalog for the Center for Book Arts exhibit (and lecture series) on Agrippa, April 24-June 19, 1993.

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Florida State Univ. Exhibition Press Release (1994)

Press release
Item #D19. Press release for exhibition of Agrippa at Florida State University Gallery & Museum, March 5-April 10, 1994.

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(See also exhibition loan agreement.)

Florida State Univ. Exhibition Loan Agreement (9 February 1992)

Picture of Agrippa

Item #D20. Agreement between Florida State University Gallery & Museum and the publisher of Agrippa for exhibition, March 5-April 10, 1994.

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(See also exhibition press release.)

Victoria & Albert Museum Book and Beyond Exhibition Catalog (1995)

V&A Exhibition Catalog
Item #D21. Catalog for the Victoria & Albert Museum’s display of Agrippa in its “The Book and Beyond” exhibition, London, 1995.

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(See also the V&A Web page for the exhibit.)

Flyer for UC Santa Barbara Exhibition and Panel on Agrippa (1 Dec. 2005)

Flyer for UCSB Exhibit and Panel
Item #D46. Flyer for UC Santa Barbara exhibition and panel on Agrippa, Dec. 1, 2005.

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This event at UC Santa Barbara celebrated the completion and imminent launch of The Agrippa Files Web site. The exhibition featured the “Archive-1″ copy of the deluxe edition of Agrippa, on loan from the publisher, together with a leaf from the Gutenberg Bible from the UCSB library’s Special Collections. (The case, inner case, and book were displayed separately under glass, with the book open to pp. 62-63.) The panel featured members of The Agrippa Files development / editorial team and members of the UCSB Art department. (Flyer created by Kimberly Knight.)