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The project documented in this catalog were first conceived in early 1978 by Ed Levine, then chairman of the Department of Art and Art History at Wright State University, and Betty Collings, then director of the University Gallery at The Ohio State University in Columbus. Both institutions had, for five years, been sponsoring a variety of exhibitions and experimental projects that probed various aspects of contemporary art. The similarity of goals between the two institutions made this collaborative effort possible.
Each of the three artists visited Dayton and Columbus in the spring of 1979 to survey possible contexts for his work. The projects were executed in the fall of 1979, using student, faculty, and staff assistance from each institution.
Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries, Wright State University
Tom Doyle, Peter Gourfain, Andrew Leicester, Art, Abstract, Sculpture
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University Galleries, Wright State University (1979). Triad: Sculpture Projects Doyle/Gourfain/Leicester. Dayton, Ohio: Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries, Wright State University.