Exhibitions

May 27, 2021
Earlier this month, with spring in the air, the Bodleian Libraries at Oxford University debuted its new exhibition, Roots to Seeds
May 19, 2021
The Philippe Labaune Gallery may be a newcomer to the New York arts scene, having opened its doors earlier this year, but its founder is a well-known
May 12, 2021
The English author/illustrator responsible for two of the most iconic modern images of Christmas enjoys a celebration of his work in a new exhibition opening this month.
May 4, 2021
Last week, the New York Society Library opened its new exhibit, Black Literature Matters, “inspired by our contemporary moment,” and guest curated by Farah Jasmine Griffin, the William B.
April 20, 2021
New Haven, CT — The Gallery Upstairs at the Institute Library presents Cover Story: In Praise of the Exterior Surface, an exhibition cel
April 14, 2021
A new exhibition staged online by Cambridge University Library looks at the history of palimpsests, and how Muslim, Jewish, and Christian scripts were all variously overwritten and underwritten.
April 12, 2021
New York — In 1902 the Grolier Club mounted an exhibition entitled “One Hundred Books Famous in English Literature.”  The exhibition and its accompanying
February 22, 2021
London — The Lindisfarne Gospels, the most spectacular surviving manuscript from Anglo-Saxon England, will go on display in the North East on loan from the British Libr
February 17, 2021
Although it’s impossible for us to take trips at the moment, the Palace Green Library in Durham, England, has put together a treat for armchair travelers using its special collections of books, arc
February 3, 2021
After nearly a year spent isolated from friends, family, and coworkers, many of us have found ourselves tethered, for better or worse, to virtual conference plat