Marquand and Ulises Carrión: Bookworks and Beyond

Marquand Library of Art & Archaeology was pleased to contribute thirty publications to this unique exhibit in the Ellen and Leonard Milberg Gallery.

For more information, see the official website that includes many fully digitized books and links to video presentations by the curators.

Ulises Carrión Bogard was one of the most influential of all modern artists engaged in the book, and this new exhibition will be the largest United States retrospective exhibition of his work to date. It will explore Carrión’s pioneering reinvention of the book as a material and social platform, primarily featuring Princeton’s extensive holdings, drawn from the Marquand Library of Art and Archaeology and PUL’s Special Collections. PUL is steward to one of the most substantial collections of Carrión’s book and mail art in any American library.

Browse the Marquand selections below: