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Louis XIV: The king is dead... but not in our collections

Just in time for the final episodes of Versailles on the BBC, the University Library has received Le roi est mort : Louis XIV, 1715… 304 more words

Historical Collections

Paper Art

Having just completed an origami workshop and installation at Larmer Tree Festival, I thought I’d write something about our fabulous paper art resources in the library! 587 more words

Special Collections

Book Review: Gothic to Goth

Review by Mary Manning

In Gothic to Goth: Romantic Era Fashion & Its Legacy (Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, 2016), Lynne Zacek Bassett tracks trends of historicism, naturalism, and emotion in fashion from the early nineteenth century through the present day.   647 more words

Book Reviews

Vogue 100 : a century of style

Vogue 100, currently showing at the National Portrait Gallery, is an exhibition celebrating 100 years of this iconic magazine. When we visited we fully expected to see images of Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Alexander McQueen but found ourselves surprised when we chanced upon the likes of Charlie Chaplin, Martin Amis and Fred Astaire. 559 more words

External Resources

discursive foundations of sunsight: Carlos Noronha Feio

This text and interview accompanies Carlos Noronha Feio’s exhibition discursive foundations of sunsight at Narrative projects (London). The exhibition opened on Friday 15 April 2016 and closes 4 June 2016. 2,136 more words

History

The Serov exhibition catalogue : the January 2016 Slavonic item of the month

Popular demand for the Valentin Serov exhibition at the State Tret’iakov Gallery in Moscow saw its original closing date extended to 24 January.   When visitor numbers even in its re-scheduled final week were so high that 4-hour queues formed outside in sub-zero temperatures,  the gallery extended the opening again, to this Sunday, the 31st. 438 more words

New Acquisitions