The Nature of Curious Objects: Sue Johnson's Paper Museum
24 January - 10 June, 2012
Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford, UK.
Second of two exhibitions exploring the "second" collection of General Pitt Rivers.
The Curious Nature of Objects
First of two exhibitions at the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, UK
The Drawing Center Viewing Program
Enter "Sue Johnson" for portfolio of works
Drawing in the Museums: A Seminar
This book documents the research and work created by undergraduate students in this interdisciplinary seminar developed and taught in Oxford at the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (2011).
C2 Fine Art, St. Petersburg, FL
Gallery representation and works available.
The Artists of the Book
This book documents the research and work created by undergraduate students in this interdisciplinary seminar developed and taught in Oxford at the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (2010).
Printed Matter, Inc is the distributor for the miniature book editions.
Available for $10 each (Duster, Rain, Zephyr, and Large American Moose). Main website: www.printedmatter.org
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Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Oxford, England
Sue Johnson served as Visiting Scholar in Residence at the Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies for the 2010-11 academic year. She taught seminars including 'Art of the Book' and 'Drawing in the Museums.' Books that document these seminars are available through BLURB.com (see links below)
Lewis Carroll Society of Brazil
Jennifer Cognard-Black's essay, Sue Johnson's Curious Cabinets, appears on this site along with reproductions from the Rosenbach Museum and Library exhibition and an array of other Lewis Carroll and Alice photos and illustrations by diverse artists.
Virgil Meets the Duckheadtail Crocodile
Suzi Gablik posts on March 25, 2009 about The Alternate Encyclopedia and "Evolutionary Drift" exhibition at the Maier Museum of Art (Lynchburg, VA).
Selections from The Alternate Encyclopedia
Archive of early work from The Alternate Encyclopedia as of 2001. Gouache paintings, etchings, objects, curators essays. Projects include: Hidden Structures of the Universe, New Images for the Stereoscope, Parallel Stories, Images Without Text, Textbook of Comparative Anatomy, Printer's Proofs, and the Specimen Collections.
St. Mary's College of Maryland - Faculty Page
Brief biography page. Johnson is a Professor of Art at St. Mary's College of Maryland