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Smithsonian Libraries Unbound
Please visit the Smithsonian Libraries blog for posts related to artists’ books
Artists' Books Image Gallery @ Smithsonian Libraries
Spotlight on images of the collection
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The Directory of Artists' Books Collections
Carnegie-Mellon University Libraries' directory of artists' books collections primarily in the US and Canada
Online Exhibitions of Artists' Books at the Smithsonian Libraries
Artists' Books and Africa - An exhibition featuring artists’ books by African artists and artists’ books on Africa by international artists
Fold, Pull, Pop & Turn - An exhibition of pop-up and movable books and inspired works of art spanning 500 years
Science and the Artist's Book - An exhibition which explores links between scientific and artistic creativity through the book format
Notable Happenings related to Artists' Books at the Smithsonian Libraries
Artists' Books at the Smithsonian
In this video, librarian Anne Evenhaugen describes artists’ books across the collections of the Smithsonian Institution. In addition to sharing images of works held in the Smithsonian Libraries and Archives, she describes how these works fit into the various collections, and how they are cared for and acquired.
Artists' Books at the Dibner Library
Use Storify to check out a selection of artists' books inspired by some of the most famous books in the history of science and technology
Come Together: American Artists Respond to Al-Mutanabbi Street
“Come Together” was an exhibition at the AA/PG Library in Feb-Mar 2016, displaying more than 30 artists’ books and prints by American artists created in response to the 2007 Al-Mutanabbi Street bombing in Baghdad.