Organised by Mikhail Pogarsky and  Book Arts at the Centre for Fine Print Research, UWE Bristol.

Thrifty Tips heading over seas

Thrifty Tips heading over seas

Venue: the State Historical, Architectural, Art and Landscape Museum-Reserve Tsaritsyno, Moscow March 13 – May 18 2014.

This exhibition brings together a collection of Russian & UK artists books.  Theresa Easton represents the UK with Thrifty Tips just one of the hand bound books collating the Thrifty Tips provided by visitors to the Festival of Thrift, Lingfield Point, Darlington 21st & 22nd September 2013.  Over 27,000 visitors to the weekend event were able to take part in thrifty activities, watch demonstrations and contribute to a thrifty, creative community.  Theresa Easton & Kay Henderson spoke to over 200 visitors during the event at the Alternative Village Fete, encouraging printing participation and exchange of thrifty ideas.  Visitors were encouraged to suggest and print their own typographic thrifty tip.  The Thrifty book will be exhibited alongside the work of other artists including,

British artists: Angie Butler, Anwyl Cooper-Willis, Barrie Tullett, Charlotte Hall, Christopher Robinson, Craig Atkinson, Elizabeth Willow & David Armes, Guy Begbie, Hazel Grainger, Helen Douglas & Thomas Evans, Jackie Batey, Jeremy Dixon, John Bently, John McDowall, Julie Johnstone, Les Bicknell, Nancy Campbell, Otto, Pauline Lamont-Fisher, Philippa Wood & Tamar MacLellan, Sarah Bodman, seekers of lice, Simon Goode, Simon Le Ruez, Sophie Loss, Stephen Fowler, Susan Johanknecht, Theresa Easton, Tom Sowden.

Russian artists: Nikita Alekseev, Tatiana Antoshina, Vasily Vlasov, Sergei Vorobyov, Viktor Goppe, Emil Guzairov, Aleksander Dzhikiya, Mikhail Dronov, Igor Zadera, Mikhail Karasik, Valery Korchagin, Nikolai Krastchin, Viktor Lukin, Kira Matissen, Valery Orlov, Peter Perevezentsev, Mikhail Pogarsky, Sergei Romashko, Aleksander Savelyev, Dmitry Saenko, Aleksander Svirsky, Vera Khlebnikova, Evelina Schatz, Sergei Shutov, Gunel Yuran, Sergei Yakunin.

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