London Artists’ Book Fair

Great day at the London Artists’ Book Fair purchasing new books for the collection from David Faithfull, Mike Nicholson, RedFoxPress and Chisato Tamabayashi. We were also able to buy exciting new work from Carolyn Trant, Eva Lerche-Lerchenborg, Peter… Continue reading

New Books in the Library

There have been lots of new books arriving in the library over the last few weeks and here are some of the highlights: Swiss Graphic Design by Robert Klanten (2000) Animation Sketchbooks by Laura… Continue reading

How to make a book with Steidl

One fantastic asset we have in WSA library is our Audio Visual collection which includes well over 3000 DVDs comprising feature films, documentaries and artists’ film and video. Working in the library has… Continue reading

New research into art exhibition catalogues

At Winchester School of Art Library we have a huge range of exhibition catalogues covering a wide range of subjects for you to explore. I recently attended the 2013 ARLIS conference and was… Continue reading

The Future is Here : Exhibition Review

I recently visited The Future is Here: A New Industrial Revolution at the Design Museum, which promised to inform me about advancements in the manufacturing of products, 3D printing, the transformation of design processes, and… Continue reading

New Books in the Library

Here is a selection of new books we have recently received in the library: Menswear: fashion forward designers – selected by Louis Bou (2012) Viviane Sassen: in & out of fashion by Charlotte Cotton (2013)… Continue reading

New Artists’ Books

The Summer edition of the Book Arts Newsletter is out now with a specially designed front cover by Hazel Grainger. Hazel’s work centres around how we communicate information and the methods we use for… Continue reading

Eduardo Paolozzi at Pallant House Gallery

I recently visited the Eduardo Paolozzi exhibition at Pallant House Gallery in Chichester, a major new retrospective of the British artist’s work, and discovered that there was much more to his ouevre than… Continue reading

WSA Library is on Twitter.

Come follow us over on Twitter and see our new feed @WSALibrary. We will be tweeting about our collections – including daily updates on any recent acquisitions and interesting finds. We will also… Continue reading