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Exhibition: Artist’s Proof Editions in the UVA Rotunda

UVA’s Rare Book School has told the story of Katherine McNamara’s groundbreaking work in an innovative exhibition mounted in the historic dome room of Thomas Jefferson’s Rotunda. Filling glass-front cabinets, the exhibition tells McNamara’s story “through the eyes and voice of the editor herself—with her recollections and personal documents telling the story she lived. McNamara…

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Roanoke College Biennial Exhibitions, 2015 & 2017, features chlorophyll prints of Emily Dickinson, Rachel Carson by Robert Schultz

In 2015 curator Margot Norton selected “Emily Pentacostal” for the biennial, and in 2017 co-curators Beth Rudin DeWoody and Joanna Leonhardt Cassulo chose a portrait of environmentalist Rachel Carson made in a tulip leaf. Because tulip leaves become semi-translucent in the chlorophyll print process, the Rachel Carson leaf and others have been mounted in float…

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“Iconic Memory” at Chroma Projects

Deborah McLeod of Chroma Projects in Charlottesville, Virginia curated a group exhibition of works by John Grant, Anne Savedge, Binh Danh and Robert Schultz. Works by Danh and Schultz reprised their eight-year collaboration and showed new artist’s books, leafprints, and sculptural pieces incorporating chlorophyll prints. The show ran June 3-25, 2016. Since then Chroma Projects has moved to a new space on historic downtown Charlottesville, Virginia’s pedestrian mall.

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Ancestral Altars and chlorophyll prints at Barrister Books

An exhibition organized by Artist’s Book Editions at Barristers Books, Staunton, Virginia included cast chlorophyll prints, artist’s books, and limited edition books by Robert Schultz. The small exhibition, June 19 – August 1, 2015, was occasioned by APE’s publication of Ancestral Altars by Robert Schultz and I Went Into the Large Space by Lyndia Terre.…

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“Out from the Oak” video by Marc Neys

Video artist Marc Neys has produced a video rendering of a passage out of Robert Schultz’s poem, “When the Magnitude of the Possible Dawned.” The video, a product of the Poetry Storehouse initiative, can be found below. Neys discusses the video and his creative process on his site, Swoon.

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American Wars, American Words

Robert Schultz chaired a panel at the American Literature Association’s annual convention in Boston, Spring 2015, that examined American writers’ responses to war. He was invited to do so by Ethan Knight, the panel organizer, because one of the papers treated War Memoranda, the word & image collaboration between Schultz and artist Binh Danh. Dr.…

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Tom Liljenquist visits War Memoranda exhibition

Tom Liljenquist, donor of the Liljenquist Family Collection of Civil War portraits (Library of Congress), visited the “War Memoranda” exhibition at the Taubman Museum. Mr. Liljenquist also had loaned a group of Civil War ambrotypes and tintypes to accompany the leafprints made from images in his collection.

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Ancestral Altars contains two multimedia “moving poems”

Katherine McNamara, publisher-editor of Artist’s Proof Editions, created multidimensional treatments of two poems in Robert Schultz’s book, Ancestral Altars. The “moving poem” of “Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Night” combines original photographs, appropriated images, sound effects, and audio of the poet reading his poem. McNamara’s treatment of “Ancestral Altar, No. 7” features the gradual presentation of the…

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Binh Danh and Robert Schultz speak at National Gallery of Art

Sunday, September 22, 2013 in the East Building of the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, collaborators Binh Danh and Robert Schultz spoke about their exhibition, “War Memoranda: Photography, Walt Whitman, and Renewal.” The slide talk treated their project in relation to the NGA’s exhibition, “Tell It with Pride,” centered on the 54th Massachusetts Regiment—the…

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