Groundbreaking artist Richard Artschwager radically upset the conventional norms of art in the 1960s, inserting his signature blp (an oblong form) into unexpected sites and settings, triggering a new path in contemporary art. Artschwager’s work is the focus of a new exhibition at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College. Punctuating Space: The Prints and Multiples of Richard Artschwager will be on view June 26-September 6, 2015. Consisting of fifty-nine works (see the checklist of objects), this exhibition is the first study of the prints and multiples of Artschwager. It has been curated by Wendy Weitman, who served as a curator in the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books at the Museum of Modern Art until 2007. Weitman knew Artschwager and helped to organize his body of prints, drawings, and posters at his studio in the last

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