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Artist Book Archive, Paris - an archive based on donations of collections and of books by book artists.
The Paul D. Fleck Library and Archives, The Banff Centre - hosts an exceptional collection of artists' books, periodicals, and video, all of which can be viewed on site. The collection has been built up over many years.
Centre des Livres d'Artistes, France - centre for artists’ books with exhibitions, archive and publication programme.
The Centre for Fine Print Research (CFPR) - UWE, Bristol UK - holds monthly exhibitions of artists' books in the artists' book study area at the faculty library. The website has an archive section of all artists' books exhibitions and events to date. The CFPR also publish the Artist's Book Yearbook, a bi-annual publication on the study, making, exhibiting, collecting and archiving of artists' books.
Museum of Modern Art/Franklin Furnace/Artist Book Collection, MOMA DADABASE, New York - Franklin Furnace's collection of artists' books published internationally after 1960, the largest in this country, has been merged with the Museum of Modern Art Library's collection, forming the world's premier repository. Records for all of MOMA's artists' books are included in DADABASE, searchable by Author, Title, Publisher, Form/Genre, etc. Searching by the phrase "Franklin Furnace Collection" produces a list of more than 7,700 titles. (for more information visit www.franklinfurnace.org)
The Getty Library at the Getty Research Institute L.A. - has what is probably the best collection in the world of artists' books, multiples and related archival materials. Their collection includes The Jean Brown Archive (amazing!), Experiments in Art & Technology Records, Ian Hamilton Finlay's papers, Dick Higgins' papers, Allan Kaprow's papers, Carolee Schneeman's papers, and masses of Fluxus, Russian Constructivist, Futurist and other items.
Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris - they have an amazing collection of artists' books, and you can request research information online.
The New York Public Library - The Rare Books Division - An excellent collection of artists' books, most of which are kept with their Rare Books Room. There is no specific evidence of this on their web site, but we provide the link anyway!