December 14, 2016 Slideshows » Arts & Entertainment

Norman Ives Retrospective 

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PHOTO BY KURT INDOVINA
RIT's Norman Ives's retrospective exhibition is characterized by his life-long love of letterforms, abstracted and removed from the context of communication.
PHOTO BY KURT INDOVINA
Untitled bas-relief sculpture with white letter fragments by Norman Ives.
PHOTO BY KURT INDOVINA
One of the few non-letterform works by Norman Ives represented in the show. This bas-relief sculpture has a black ground with modulated white-tipped pegs.
PHOTO BY KURT INDOVINA
Side-view of a wall-mounted bas-relief sculpture by Norman Ives.
PHOTO BY KURT INDOVINA
An untitled Reverse Grounds variant painting of modulated grays and yellows on 36 individual canvas squares by Norman Ives.
PHOTO BY KURT INDOVINA
Examples of Norman Ives's posters are on display in University Gallery.
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PHOTO BY KURT INDOVINA
RIT's Norman Ives's retrospective exhibition is characterized by his life-long love of letterforms, abstracted and removed from the context of communication.

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