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Andy Dutkewych fonds
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- Graphic material
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- Dutkewych, Andrew
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2 photographs : col. prints
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Name of creator
Andrew (Andy) Dutkewych was born in Vienna, Austria, in 1944. He lives in Canada.
In 1966, he graduated from Philadelphia College of Art. He received a Post Graduate Diploma from Slade School of Art (London, England) in 1968. Since then, he is working as visual artist, mainly focusing on sculpture.
Andy Dutkewych was founding member of Véhicule Art.
He teaches Sculpture at Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec.
The fonds was transferred from Concordia University's Records Management and Archives Department to Concordia University Libraries' Special Collections May 11, 2016.
Scope and content
The fonds consists of 2 colour photographs of Dutkewych’s sculpture Suspension One. Suspension One was the prototype of Suspension Two, which was installed in the Lafontaine park next to the hospital Notre-Dame as part of the exhibition Corridart dans la rue Sherbrooke in Montreal, Quebec in 1976. Sponsored by the Arts and Culture Committee of the international Olympic Games held in Montreal, the exhibition was dismanteled by the city before its opening.
Immediate source of acquisition
The photographs were donated to the Concordia University Archives by Andy Dutkewych in 2001.
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Reproduction for research or private study is permitted. Use of material in publications cannot be done without permission of the copyright holder.
No further accruals expected.