Now open in our first floor gallery:

Five Hundred Years of Women’s Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection “Women’s work”. The phrase usually conjures up domestic duties or occupations largely associated with women, such as teaching, nursing, or housekeeping. Five Hundred Years of Women’s Work: The Lisa Unger Baskin Collection upends those associations and documents the often obscured, forgotten, and overlooked work … Continue reading Now open in our first floor gallery:

Now open in our second floor gallery:

Alexander Anderson's AmericaNovember 14 – December 28, 2019 Alexander Anderson (1775-1870) was America’s first wood engraver. He illustrated books in every category from children’s books to Bibles as well as diverse print media. His engravings appeared in such popular works as Thomson’s Seasons, Washington Irving’s Salmagundi, and Thomas Bewick’s A General History of Quadrupeds. The selection on view … Continue reading Now open in our second floor gallery:

Interview with Meghan Constantinou, Librarian, The Grolier Club of New York

*This blog post was originally written and translated for and first published on the blog of the Société bibliographique de France on 2 November 2019. Close to Central Park, on a lively street in one of the most exclusive districts of New York City, the Upper East Side, there is an oasis where the visitor, dazzled by … Continue reading Interview with Meghan Constantinou, Librarian, The Grolier Club of New York

The Relationship between the “Grolier Codex” and The Grolier Club of New York*

On October 8, the New York Times reported the death of Yale anthropologist and Mayan language expert, Michael D. Coe (1929-2019). Dr. Coe was responsible for translating and authenticating the so-called “Grolier Codex,” a ca. 12thc Mayan astronomical calendar discovered in a cave in Mexico in the 1960s and considered the oldest manuscript on paper … Continue reading The Relationship between the “Grolier Codex” and The Grolier Club of New York*

CODEX Symposium Recordings

On Friday and Saturday, October 18 and 19, the Grolier Club hosted:The CODEX Effect and the Emergence of the “Third Stream” in the 21st Century: A conversation between artists, curators, scholars, and collectors. The conference program is available here: https://www.codexfoundation.org/the-codex-effect/the-codex-effect-program. To view recordings, follow the links below: Day 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TbaFSCfNd-k&feature=youtu.be Day 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbvWRgp5g-4&feature=youtu.be