Artworks, rare books and artifacts documenting the beginnings of avian study in the U.S.
The Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) has opened its groundbreaking exhibition Fukuda Kodōjin: Japan’s Great Poet and Landscape Artist.
New York's The Jewish Museum's latest exhibition is The Sassoons, revealing the fascinating story of a remarkable Jewish family, highlighting thei
A revealing new Princeton University Library exhibition Nobody Turn Us Around: The Freedom Rides and Selma to Montgomery Marches: Selections from th
Animals: Art, Science and Sound at the British Library reveals how the intersection of science, art and sound has been instrumental in our un
Christie’s is celebrating the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s First Folio with a landmark non-selling exhibition, Shakespeare’s Fir
Lambeth Palace Library is celebrating the forthcoming coronation of King Charles III through an exhibition showcasing
In Imprimer! L'Europe de Gutenberg (Printing! Gutenberg’s Europe), the Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF) looks back at the innovation of printing by tracing the history of its development and…
A new exhibition at Elizabeth Gaskell’s House explores for the first time how
The Menil Collection is presenting exhibition of drawings by Polish-born American artist Si Lewen (1918-2016), made in preparation for his groundbreaking graphi