Exhibits

November 22, 2022
Virginia Woolf (1882–1941) spent her creative life pushing the boundaries of literature. Her techniques were new, experimental, modern.
November 16, 2022
Maps make the world. Mirrors of our loftiest dreams and deepest fears, maps draw literal lines between "you" and "me," "us" and "other," more often reflecting how we see it than how it is.
November 10, 2022
Nature of the Book explores the craft, innovation, and ingenuity of the handmade book of centuries past.
November 9, 2022
"Animated Advertising" features more than 200 unique advertising objects from 200 years that demonstrate how animated and dimensional paper devices are used to promote products, art, entertainment,
November 9, 2022
The origins of printmaking are obscure, but two principal types flourished in the 1400s: woodcuts (printed from the surfaces of wooden blocks carved in relief) and engravings (printed from the rece
November 9, 2022
Best known for his iconic illustrations of Eloise in the books by Kay Thompson, Hilary Knight has been creating art for seven decades.
November 9, 2022
“In Light of Rome” comprehensively explores the contribution made by the cosmopolitan art center to the early history of photography and traces the medium’s rise there that forever changed the way
November 9, 2022
Britain experienced profound changes in the 1970s and 1980s, when it was racked by deindustrialization, urban uprisings, the controversial policies of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, and the Trou
November 9, 2022
A picture is worth a thousand words,” or so the well-worn adage goes. But what happens when a picture is combined with words?
October 27, 2022
Celebrate the newest exhibition of the MCBA/Jerome Foundation Book Arts Residency Series!