Paper Routes, the sixth installment of NMWA’s Women to Watch exhibition series, showcases the transformation of paper into complex works of art. Artists use paper not merely as a support for drawings, prints, or photographs, but as a medium itself. Ranging in size from minutely detailed, small-scale works to large, sculptural installations, this exhibition explores artists’ ability to
NMWA presents a landmark exhibition of evocative and groundbreaking photographs by celebrated artist Graciela Iturbide (b. 1942, Mexico City) from her prolific five-decade-long career. Iturbide’s signature high-contrast black-and-white images tell a visual story of Mexico since the late 1960s. More personal exploration than documentary photography, Iturbide’s work captures the rich tapestry of
PAI-LXXX: Rare Posters
World War I Posters: 31 powerful designs that rallied a nation to action.
Black Images: 41 posters featuring people of color.
An important collection of 50+ years of people of color in advertising.
Masterpieces: Designs that stand the test of time.
Stunning and timeless images from visionary posterists throughout time.
Antiquarian Society (AAS), Beyond Midnight: Paul Revere, features 200 objects that re-examine Revere’s life, transforming visitors’ understanding of the innovative businessman through an in-depth exploration of his accomplishments as a silversmith, printmaker, and pioneering copper manufacturer. The exhibition draws upon AAS’s unparalleled collection of books and rare prints, with additional
Margaret Armstrong was one of the most sought-after artists in an almost forgotten chapter in the history of book publishing—the golden age of the decorated book cover (1890-1915). During Armstrong’s remarkable career, more than a million books with her covers made their way into homes and libraries across America. By 1895 the beauty of Armstrong’s cover designs had placed her as a preeminent
The DC Rare Book & Ephemera Fair is the successor to the Washington Antiquarian Book Fair (WABF) and now includes the 40th Annual Capital Art Fair. Includes 130 dealers of rare and vintage books, ephemera, posters, manuscripts, vernacular photography, fine art, including prints, paintings, drawings, and photographs.
Fri 4pm - 9pm
Happy Hour Preview $30, ticket includes 1
The premier show of its kind in the country
80 of the best ephemera dealers from all over the U.S., England and Canada.
Sat 10am - 5pm (ESA members 9am)
Sun 11am - 4pm
ESA conference begins March 27th
1800 E. Putnam Avenue
Old Greenwich, CT
2 Days of fabulous bibliophilia!
Satellite Fair to the NY Antiquarian Book Fair
60 world-class dealers bringing their best stock during NY Rare Book Week.
Fri 9am - 5pm
Sat 8am - 4pm
Church of St. Ignatius
980 Park Avenue (at 83rd St)
New York, NY
Now in it's sixteenth big year, this show is acknowleged to be one of the finest Vintage Book & Ephemera Fairs in New England!
Members of SNEAB, ABAA, MABA, ILAB, and other select professional Vintage Book & Ephemera Dealers from throughout the United States & Canada, will present the best in Fine Rare & Unusual Old Books, as well as Poetry, Prose, Political, Social,
The Only Show of it's kind in New England, featuring everything and anything On or Of Paper! It provides all levels of Vintage Book, Paper, Ephemera, and Postcard Collectors with a premier buying opportunity! Exhibitors from up and down the East Coast will offer the finest in Photographs, Autographs, Advertising, Prints, Posters, Postcards, Political Memorabilia, Books, Magazines, World's Fair