Exhibitions

Brooklyn Miniaturists
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Center for Brooklyn History
My Mother Was a Nanny : Paintings from the Book by Laura James
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Central Library, Youth Wing
The Book of HOV: A celebration of the life and work of Shawn "JAY-Z" Carter
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Central Library
The 2023 Annual Ezra Jack Keats / NYC Public Schools Bookmaking Competition
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Central Library, Youth Wing
Bundith Phunsombatlert: Mapping Fragments
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Central Library
Bryan Collier: Dreamwalker
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Central Library, Youth Wing
Youmna Chlala: Future Flora
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Central Library
Tammy Nguyen: O
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Central Library
Katie Yamasaki: Shapes, Lines, and Light
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Central Library, Youth Wing
Bibliobandido Bites Brooklyn!
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Central Library
The 36th Annual Ezra Jack Keats / NYC Department of Education Bookmaking Competition
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Central Library, Youth Wing
"Safe + Affirmed" by Barnabas Crosby (Brian Vines, freelance journalist + Marcee Rogers, hairdresser
Barnabas Crosby: Holding Court
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Central Library
Smita Sen: The Manipura Sanctum
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Central Library
Image courtesy John Huba.
Lenapehoking
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Greenpoint Library
StoryWalk:Lola Plants a Garden
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Adams Street Library
Work by young artists, New Lots Library
Young Artists from P.S. 202
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New Lots Library
StoryWalk: The Day You Begin
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Gerritsen Beach Library
Brooklyn Resists: Online Exhibition Introduction
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Center for Brooklyn History
Pop-up StoryWalks at Central Library
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Central Library
StoryWalk of Whistle for Willie
StoryWalk: Whistle for Willie
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New Lots Library
StoryWalk: The Bear Ate Your Sandwich
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Bushwick Library
The Librarian in Congress: The Life and Work of Major Owens
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Central Library
Chloë Bass: The Parts
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Central Library
I Wish to Say, Charlotte, NC, 2012, Democratic National Convention.Photo: Bechtler
I Wish to Say
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Central Library
Outdoor Living Room
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Central Library
Stars Down to Earth // Mary Mattingly & Dario Robleto
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Central Library
¡Mil Gracias!: The Art and Illustration of John Parra
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Central Library
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn: An Exploration of Our Plant Life and Green Spaces
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Central Library, Brooklyn Collection
Beautiful Words Are Subversive, BPL Exhibition
Beautiful Words Are Subversive // Black Chalk & Co.
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Central Library
James Ransome: Country Roads, City Streets
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Central Library, Youth Wing
Food Fit for Kings County: The Culinary History of Brooklyn
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Central Library, Brooklyn Collection
An Opening: A Sound and Art Installation by Kameelah Janan Rasheed
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Center for Brooklyn History
Tehching Hsieh, One Year Performance 1981-82, February 16–March 12, 1983 Collection of Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc.
Franklin Furnace: Performance is Public
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Central Library
Brooklyn Connections 2019 Student Projects
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Central Library, Brooklyn Collection
Taking Care of Brooklyn: Stories of Sickness and Health
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Center for Brooklyn History
A Queer Look at Brooklyn
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Center for Brooklyn History
The 33rd Annual Ezra Jack Keats / NYC Department of Education Bookmaking Competition
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Central Library, Youth Wing
The Photographs of Builder Levy: Humanity in the Streets
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Center for Brooklyn History
Photo Requests from Solitary
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Central Library
The Works of Walt Whitman, BPL Exhibition
The Works of Walt Whitman
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Central Library, Brooklyn Collection
The Biggest Party in the World! ©Emma Vitoria Pokorny
Storymakers Exhibition Award Winners
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Central Library, Youth Wing
On the (Queer) Waterfront: The Factories, Freaks, Sailors, & Sex Workers of Brooklyn
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Center for Brooklyn History
PAPER ANIMALS by Kevin Waldron
PAPER ANIMALS by Kevin Waldron
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Central Library, Youth Wing
Kameelah Janan Rasheed: Scoring the Stacks
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Central Library
Empire Skate: The Birthplace of Roller Disco
Empire Skate: The Birthplace of Roller Disco
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Central Library, Brooklyn Collection
Reclamation II: Ruddy Roye & Curtis Talwst Santiago
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Central Library
©Christopher Silas Neal
Just One More Layer by Christopher Silas Neal
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Central Library, Youth Wing
Genesis Báez, Mapping, 2017, archival pigment print.
Reclamation/Reclamación: Genesis Báez
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Central Library
Photograph of Mr. Racioppo by Anna Delany
Larry Racioppo: A Retrospective
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Central Library