In Victorian times instead of pokemon go people had fore-edge, and now there is a new instalaliton of these hidden artworks to find

New installation for Gateshead library.  Eight artists commissioned ot make new fore-edge works in existing books that will be placed on the library shelves for public to find.  They are really incredible works, and it is a very exciting experience to undertake, so pleae one and all, come to the library and find the works, or tellothers about this once in a lifetime art experience.  Fore-edge painting is on the edge of a books pages, and is hidden been gilding, so a book has to be fanned for the images to be revealed.

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An artist who works collaboratively across mediums
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1 Response to In Victorian times instead of pokemon go people had fore-edge, and now there is a new instalaliton of these hidden artworks to find

  1. foredgefrost says:

    What a great way to make public libraries a happy hunting ground for readers. For more examples of ‘magical vanishing’ FORE EDGE PAINTINGS have a look at a few of the 3500 examples painted by Martin Frost in the last 40 years. http://www.foredgefrost.co.uk

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