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Reading just got more interesting

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Kara Elizabeth Walker and David Eisen, Freedom: A Fable. A Curious Interpretation of the Wit of a Negress in Troubled Times, with Illustrations, 1997 The Hirsch Library Collection

The HMFA has the good fortune of hosting a traveling exhibit from the Hirsch Library. Think of the art as pop-up books for grown ups. The tomes are special volumes designed to engage the reader far more than a traditional paperback or hardback book. Requiring special interactions such as twisting or stretching the book, you’ll be doing a lot more than just turning the pages. The exhibit will be on display until the 19th of September. You don’t even have to be a big reader to get inspired by these books!

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