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How a Book is Made : Works by American and International Artists 

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How a Book is Made is a large exhibition of contemporary artists' works exploring the place and meaning of books in an increasingly virtual world. Some are handmade artist books, some look nothing like traditional books at all, and others — such as Bookcase (pictured) by Sibylle Peretti and Stephen Paul Day — feature traditional books modified in surreal or magical ways. Curator Karoline Schleh explores books as ideas expressed through everything from images and text to the techniques of book-binding and printing. — D. Eric Bookhardt

HOW A BOOK IS MADE: Works by American and International Artists

Through Jan. 27

Collins C. Diboll Gallery, Loyola University, 861-456;

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