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BISIA 319: Interdisciplinary Arts: Reserves Materials

Fall Quarter Reserves List

A full list of physical course reserves is below. You can also follow this link to see listings for your course reserves in our library catalog.

  • The Age of Collage: contemporary collage in modern art
    • Dennis Busch, 2013
  • The Age of Collage, Vol. 2: contemporary collage in modern art
    • Dennis Busch, 2016
  • Collage: assembling contemporary art
    • Blanche Craig, 2008
  • The hundred headless women = La femme 100 têtes
    • Max Ernst, 1981
  • Une semaine de bonte: a surrealistic novel in collage
    • Max Ernst, 1976
  • Book of Ruth
    • Robert Seydel, 2011
  • Hannah Höch
    • Hannah Höch, Dawn Ades, Emily Butler, Daniel F. Herrmann, 2014
  • Dorothea Tanning
    • Dorothea Tanning, Jean-Christophe Bailly, Robert C. Morgan, 1995
  • The art and craft of collage
    • Simon Larbalestier, 1995
  • Collage: the making of modern art
    • Brandon Taylor, 2004
  • Collage: contemporary artists hunt and gather, cut and paste, mash up and transform
    • Danielle Krysa, 2014
  • Cut & Paste: 21st-century collage
    • Richard Brereton, Caroline Roberts, 2011
  • The collage poems of drafts
    • Rachel Blau DuPlessis, 2011
  • Print & Finish
    • Gavin Ambrose, Paul Harris, 2014
  • Print with collage and stitch: techniques for mixed-media printmaking
    • Val Holmes, 2012

Search Strategies


Tips for searching UW Libraries Search for collage resources:

  • Search by keyword using an artist's name (Rembrandt, Matisse, etc.) or a related term (technique, exhibitions, criticism, catalogs etc.). For example:
    • ‚ÄčHannah Hoch; collage poetry; collage technique.
  • Use quotation marks to search for exact phrases or titles: example, "The art of Frederick Sommer: photography, drawing, collage"
  • Search by Library of Congress Subject Headings, putting them in quotation marks. For example:
    • "Collage"
    • "Art, Modern -- 21st century"
    • "Collage, American" 
  • Use limits (the links along the left of your search results) to narrow the scope of your search (depending on your search terms, these may not always be present).