Tuesday, June 16, 2009

More on the Invisible Library in London

As reported earlier, the Invisible Library has inspired an exhibition and workshop by Ink Illustration, the UK art collective:

Once selected the hidden novels will have their covers illustrated by INK. The Invisible Library will ask best selling writers, cultural and musical figures, and gallery attendees to write the opening or closing page of a ‘hidden novel.’

Each book cover is not only the beginning of a story, but also a personal journey and porthole into the imagination.

Here are the invites, here are some behind-the-scenes glimpses, and scenes from the private view, during which visitors were invited to write the beginning or end of one of these imaginary (yet now illustrated) books.

The exhibit runs through July 12 in London. Londoners, please visit!

10, Cecil Court, London WC2N 4HE
Tuesday- Saturday: 10:30am to 7pm

(Levi has more.)

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