New York Public Library

Years ago, when I was researching the history of Arctic phot
The Awe of the Arctic: A Visual History looks at how the Arctic has been visua
The New York Public Library’s extensive archive of the groundbreaking East Village Eye has been processed and is now available to researchers.
The long-standing friendship between poet Langston Hughes and pioneer photographer Griffith J.
The work of Max Beerbohm, the English artist, writer, and dandy noted for his satirical celebrity caricatures, is now on display in a new exhibition at The New York P
The New York International Antiquarian Book Fair (NYIABF) and the New York Public Library (NYPL) have announced that ABAA Connect will retu
The New York Public Library has acquired the archives of Joan Didion and John
Virginia Woolf is the focus of the latest free exhibition opening at The New York Public Library.
2022 has been a landmark year for Charles Darwin, the English scientist best known for his 1859 book, On the Origin of Species.
This is the second of our two-part, shorter-than-usual Rare Book Week preview; part I covered book fairs,