The Reanimation Library is located at the Queens Museum in Studio #5. Visits are very much encouraged, but by appointment only. To set up an appointment, please send an email to andrew/at/reanimationlibrary/dot/org.
The library is holding open hours at the Queens Museum on Saturdays in January and February.
"Reanimation Library Showcases Unusual Illustrations at Queens Museum" at NY1.
"Library Catalogs Visual texts of Yore" at Queens Chronicle.
"An Island of Misfit Books Gets Washed Away" at Bedford + Bowery.
"Reanimation Library Breathes New Life Into Old Books" at The Huffington Post.
"The Reanimation Library: A Home for Misfit Books" at The Airship.
Congress Street Branch at SPACE in Portland, ME.
Altstadt Branch at Kunsthalle Osnabrück as part of the group exhibition Was für ein Fest?, Osnabrück, Germany.
Interview with Patrick Gaughan at The Conversant.
Corona Branch at the Queens Museum is part of the group exhibition Bringing the World into the World. June 15 - October 12, 2014.
Hadley Branch at Flying Object. March 13 - April 27.
Word Processor is a writing initiative that encourages critical investigations into the wide-ranging attitudes and ideologies contained within the library's collection.
For the current installment, Ada Smailbegović presents Some Disordered Interior Geometries, a poetic meditation on classification and taxonomy inspired by Percy A. Morris' Field Guide to Shells of the Pacific Coast and Hawaii (1966). You can read it here.