The Grolier Club is offering an opportunity to acquire a copy of the special limited edition of "Five Hundred Years of Women's Work". Copies are available at the Grolier Club, or via email to Administrative Assistant Maev Brennan: email@example.com. The $500 cost is exclusive of shipping ($15 in the US, inquire for overseas rates.) Five … Continue reading Special limited edition publication
"Art in the Letter and Other Scrawls" from the Collection of Claudia Strauss-SchulsonJanuary 8 - February 22, 2020 Considered as both a letter with art and an artwork with text, each letter in Claudia Strauss-Schulson’s illustrated letter collection conveys meaning more effectively than words alone. The collection ranges from letters with sketches to casual drawings to doodles rendered … Continue reading Now open in our second 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:
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:
Final days! "The A.B.C. of Alphabets" runs through this Saturday, November 2, at 5 pm. Come see it while you can! Curator Gretchen Adkins will be giving a free public guided tour from 1-2 pm on Wednesday, October 30.
"The A.B.C. of Alphabets" from the Collection of Gretchen AdkinsSeptember 19 – November 2, 2019 Alphabets have been published for hundreds of years, in a variety of languages and styles, for a multitude of purposes, some aimed at children; others definitely not. The exhibition is organized in six intriguing categories: “A Apple Pie,” “A Was … Continue reading Now open in our second floor gallery:
Peter Koch Printer: A Forty-five-year Retrospective at the Grolier Club Embodied Language and the Form of the BookSeptember 11 - November 23, 2019 Peter Rutledge Koch has been designing and printing limited edition books, portfolios, and ephemera since 1974. He has long been recognized as one of the most accomplished printers and typographic designers of his … Continue reading Now open in our first floor gallery: