Winner of the Dartmouth Medal, Berg Fashion Library, is the leading resource for students and researchers of fashion studies. Interdisciplinary in nature, with great visual and integrated content, it is invaluable for researchers in the areas of fashion, museum studies, cultural studies, anthropology, and more.
Before you purchase your own reproduced box of Andy Warhol’s Little Red Books, you can sample DAAP Library’s copy for free. It contains 11 facsimiles of Warhol’s original red Holson Polaroid Albums, and a 12th little black book index with an essay by the celebrity photographer François-Marie Banier.
There are over 100 original Red Books. Each are unique collections of polaroids Warhol took of associates, friends, and celebrities, at gatherings, shoots, and getaways, that he carefully cataloged and curated. Many of these polaroids were source material for later works. Although Warhol left behind almost 40,000 polaroids, only a fragment are contained in these little books.
Original Red Books can be found in institutions all over the world, and are predominantly gifts from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Both the Cleveland and Toledo museums of art have one in their collections. Meanwhile, you can make an appointment to see Warhol Red Books, and other materials in DAAP Library’s Special Collection via email (email@example.com).
Peter Zumthor: Buildings and Projects, 1985-2013 by Thomas Durisch is a five volume set that explores the architect’s entire award-winning body of work from 1985 through 2013. This set is beautifully illustrated and designed with plenty of color photographs, drawings, sketches, plans, as well as Zumthor’s own writings. From the well known St. Benedict’s Chapel in Sumvitg, Switzerland, to the lesser known Field Chapel for Brother Klaus near Mechernich, Germany. The fifth volume contains a chronological list (1968-2013) of Zumthor’s work, both large and small.
DAAP Oversize NA 1353.Z86 A4 2014 (v.1-5)
The DAAP Library is getting new clear story windows above the main reading room area (on the 5th-level) so we’re under construction…again. Next week – all new windows upstairs!