Library Materials on Display

Hunter College Libraries' materials are on display around campus this fall for a variety of reasons. For a list of publications currently on display, click here.

Zabar Art Library Special Collections

The Zabar Art Library (1608 Hunter North) houses a small but mighty Special Collections of rare, valuable, or unique materials related to art and art history. We have a rotating display in the front window of featured items from our Special Collections. If you wish to view or use any Special Collections items, ask at the front desk and we'd be happy to pull them for you - but they are for in-library use only. Follow this link to browse all items in the Zabar Special Collections.

205 Hudson Gallery

In support of the current exhibition at Hunter's MFA Building, Distortions: Moscow Conceptualists Working Today, Art Librarian Sarah Ward provided a collection of books related to the exhibition that are available in a reading room at the gallery.

Cooperman Library 3rd Floor Reading Room

Jennifer Newman, English & Humanities Librarian, created a book cover display on the 3rd floor of the Cooperman Library. Currently on display is a collection of new fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, all of which you can find to check out in our Libraries. In addition, Professor Newman created a guide to leisure reading materials in our collections, for those times when you need a non-academic book!

Leubsdorf Gallery

The Leubsdorf Gallery at the 68th Street campus has a new exhibition opening October 12 - Cosmic Shelter: Hélio Oiticica and Neville D’Almeida’s Private Cosmococas. Art Librarian Sarah Ward and Reserves Manager Jeanne Yan worked with the curators to create a reading room of books related to this exhibition. The complete list of titles is available on the online guide and a selection from the list will be at the gallery when the show is open. The remaining titles will be on Reserve at the Cooperman Library for the duration of the show, and then all the books will be added to the Hunter College Libraries circulating collections.



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