Andreas Vesalius, Chinese, Daily Utah Chronicle, De Humani Corporis Fabrica, Dialog di Galileo Galilei, Gutenberg Bible, Kylee Ehmann, Special Collections, University of Utah, Zhao Suikang
“The U’s campus is a treasure map dotted with small monuments, pieces of artwork and spaces tucked away from plain sight. These objects and places offer a glimpse into local and international history, which students can access for little or no cost.”
KYLEE EHMANN, of the Daily Utah Chronicle, shines a spotlight on the “Hidden Treasures” at the University of Utah.
HIDDEN TREASURES ABOUND ON THE U’S CAMPUS
“Students may have noticed the bronze and acrylic book statues around the library. Chinese artist Zhao Suikang created these sculptures…The pieces reflect his experiences with the U’s book arts and special collections…”
Just as Zhao Suikang’s sculptures are available for all to enjoy, everyone is welcome to Special Collections to see the treasures that inspired the art.
A Leaf from the Gutenberg Bible
Andreas Vesalius’, De humani corporis fabrica (1555)
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