British Museum

For those who have read The Hare with Amber Eyes, the name Edmund de Waal will be familiar. In the acclaimed memoir, the renowned ceramicist traces his family’s netsuke collection through the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries amid war and dislocation.  

The idea of exile resonates with de Waal, whose family fled

Troy: myth and reality at the British Museum is the first major Troy exhibition in the UK. While it concentrates on pottery, weaponry, and sculpture to tell the story of the Trojan War and its legacy in around 300 objects, the show also features a wealth of literary treasures associated with the well known

Marking 400 years since the Bard's death, the Folger Shakespeare Library is pulling out all the stops in 2016: Readers of the most recent issue of Fine Books & Collections Magazine may recall the Folger just launched a 52-city tour of a selection of its First
With all the gloomy news about the publishing industry cutting back drastically on worthwhile releases in the face of pressing economic times--take a look at the most recent developments at one major New York house, where a new imprint devoted to pop culture and entertainment has been announced--it is gratifying to