“Pressing Issues: Voices for Justice in the Book Arts” brings together over 100 artists’ books and prints to represent over 100 years of activism. A boldly intersectional exhibit, addressing both the breadth and depth of the fight for equality, subjects range from LGBTQ+ rights to racial equity, immigration to the labor movement, environmental justice to mental and public health.
The Boston International Antiquarian Book Fair runs from Fri., Nov. 15th through Sun., Nov. 17th, 2019. We look forward to seeing you there!
Our new acquisitions list coincides with the 2019 New York Antiquarian Book Fair and contains over 80 items from across our specialty areas.
Catalogue 147 contains 56 highlights from the personal collection of our co-founder, David Bromer. This most recent incarnation of his collection includes a generous cross-section of works from Golden Age authors, as well as alternate worlds/realities and “hard” science fiction.
Prepared for the New York Antiquarian Book Fair in March, 2017, this catalogue contains new acquisitions from across our specialty areas.
A catalogue of 50 of our newest acquisitions, issued for the 2016 New York Antiquarian Book Fair.
Our latest offering contains nearly 100 recent acquisitions priced under $2000, and features a great many fine Massachusetts private press items.
Our latest catalogue contains 113 miniature books, including 15 recently commissioned designer bindings. Also for sale is a complete collection of miniature books published by Achille J. St. Onge, offered for sale as a group until December 1st, 2015.