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Time is running out if you want to see Paper Less, Bob Hartzell's show at Subterranean Books (6275 Delmar Boulevard, University City; 314-962-6100 or www.subbooks.com). The local artist's exhibition of hand-pulled prints and light sculptures (there are two large floor models in Subby's front window) is scheduled to come down on Sunday, January 8. Hartzell's work may be familiar if you frequent the usual print-art fan showcases -- the Rock and Roll Craft Show, Schlafly's Art Outside and this past March's Southern Graphics Council festivities all along Cherokee street, or if you collect show posters; Hartzell designed quite a few for Chicago clubs such as Lounge Ax and Otto's. Admission to Paper Less is free.
Nov. 15-Jan. 8, 2011

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