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Past Exhibitions
Jane Davis Doggett, IconoChrome™ image from Talking Graphics (Exartis Publishers, 2007). © Jane Davis Doggett

Jane Davis Doggett: Talking Graphics

  • January 26, 2010–July 11, 2010
The special installation Jane Davis Doggett: Talking Graphics features the work of Jane Davis Doggett, M.F.A. 1956, who is known for her career in creating graphic identities and wayfinding systems for massive public spaces, including 40 international airports. Doggett recently invented the concept of IconoChrome™ images—“geometric designs in colors expressing philosophically profound messages.” Her series Talking Graphics consists of these colorful designs, converted to vector images and printed as books and large panels. Images from the series are installed at the Yale University Art Gallery in conjunction with a January 28 Artist Talk presented by Doggett, followed by a book signing.