The University of Oregon holds over 800 artists' books! These are available for research, instruction, or general interest. Browse the digital collection online or visit the print collection in-person.
UO Artists' Books Online:
Design Library Artists' Books:
Available for viewing by appointment at the Design Library in 200 Lawrence Hall. Contact email@example.com.
Special Collections Artists' Books:
To explore artists' books in Special Collections and University Archives, contact SCUA: http://library.uoregon.edu/special-collections/email.
A number of universities and other institutions have artists' books collections. Below are some that have parts of their collections digitized.
This is a joint exhibition between Special Collections & University Archives and the Design Library. It highlights artists' books that relate to themes in this year's common reading selection, Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates. The books on view address race, identity, privilege, capitalism, education, diaspora, and family - as lived, studied, observed, and expressed by a variety of artists.