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Artists' Books

Artist books are books created as original works of art. Mason Libraries own a growing number of artist books in Special Collections.

Find Artists' Books at Mason

Where are the artists' books? How can I look at them?

The artists' book collection at Mason is housed in Fenwick Library's Special Collections Research Center (SCRC), and is available for any visitor (including public guests) during the SCRC's open hours. Appointments are not necessary, but are welcome!

Before your visit, you may wish to browse or search for specific artists' books in our collection. You can either send your list of requests to SCRC before your visit, or bring the list of tites and/or call numbers with you.


What artists' books are available at Mason?