Exhibitions

A new Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition and book will explore late 19th century American literary posters, a vibrant genre at t
The Bodleian Libraries' new Write, Cut, Rewrite exhibition will shed light on the creative importance of revision in literature.
Emery Walker's House in London is to put on Mudlarking: Unearthing London's Past, running March 2 through April 28.
In December 2023, the Charles Dickens Museum bought 120 previously unpublished letters written by Georgina Hogarth, the author's sister-in-law, housekeeper,
An exhibition exploring extraordinary materials collected by Walter and Linda Evans now in the Beinecke’s care, Douglass, Baldwin, Harrington: The Collections of Walter O.
Throughout 2024, Royal Collection Trust will celebrate the 100th anniversary of Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House and its remarkable library at Windsor Castle.
The long-standing friendship between poet Langston Hughes and pioneer photographer Griffith J.
A new exhibition opening later this month will be the first time the Freud Museum will explore the phenomenal impact of Sigmund Freud in Latin America. 
The Part of the Furniture exhibition will explore the history of furniture and furnishings through books from the extensive library of book collector and antiques dealer John Bedford.
The Grolier Club starts the new year with an exhibition detailing the history and aesthetics of fine bookbindings. Judging a Book by It