Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Australian Bookbinders Exhibition at the Art Gallery of New South Wales

I'm so happy, having just found out that my little book has been included in the selection from the Pine Street exhibition that has gone to the Art Gallery of New South Wales' Research Library. On the off-chance that anyone reading this might be able to go and see it, the link to the Research Library is here.

I love it: it's a hidden treasure, located down a marble staircase from the main 19th century gallery, and the librarian must love artists' books because there are frequent exhibitions of absolutely beautiful things. It is one of the places I always visit when I can get to the AGNSW; how thrilling that I'm there and what a shame I can't go and see it!


Ampersand Duck said...

It's gorgeous, isn't it? Unfortunately it's never open on a weekend, when I tend to go to Sydney, so whenever I take students to the NSWAG for excursions I always sneak off and have a look.

Snippety Gibbet said...

Congratulations! Things are just going gangbusters for you this year.

Jan Allsopp said...

Congratulations! What a thrill. Unfortunately I won't get to see it there. I checked the link and they are closed between Christmas and New Year, which is when I'll be there of course.


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