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Ars Libri ltd.

Ars Libri maintains the largest stock in America of rare and out-of-print books on art. Founded in 1976, it has an international reputation as a source for scholars, collectors, artists, and everyone else with an interest in the visual arts.
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rare and scholarly books on the fine arts
  Ars Libri covers all periods and all fields of art history, from antiquity to the present, including architecture, archaeology, photography, and the decorative arts.
  In addition to reference books, we specialize in rare illustrated books of art-historical interest, from sixteenth-century architectural treatises and baroque festivities books, through classic livres d'artiste of Manet, Picasso and Matisse, and all aspects of the modern avant-garde, from dada and surrealism, futurism, and constructivism, to pop, fluxus, conceptualism, and contemporary artists books.
  As well as books, Ars Libri offers exhibition catalogues and art periodicals of all kinds, in all languages. We publish catalogues of our stock regularly, and are glad to send them on request, free of charge. We are also happy to receive want lists, and will notify our clients of newly arrived material which may be of interest to them. Our store in Boston is open without appointment, six days a week, and features changing displays of rare books, manuscripts, master drawings, modern prints, and other works of art.
  Ars Libri Ltd. is pleased to announce that the Mario Diacono Gallery will now hold its exhibitions at Ars Libri's premises at 500 Harrison Avenue, in Boston's South End. Exhibitions will change on a regular basis, opening at Ars Libri on the first Friday night of each month, to coordinate with the widespread receptions held by the galleries of the the SoWa district on those nights.
  Mario Diacono is internationally respected as one of the most astute critics and dealers of contemporary art, particularly for his ability to recognize important new artists at the start of their careers (Ellen Gallagher, for example). Over the past thirty years, his galleries in Bologna, Rome, New York and Boston, have shown some of the most sophisticated and advanced work being made. Noted for his serious and sensitive writings on contemporary art, as well as books of poetry and conceptual art of his own, Diacono is also a bibliophile, whose collection of rare books of the modern avant-garde was offered by Ars Libri in a special catalogue last year. While holding his exhibitions now at Ars Libri, Diacono continues to operate by appointment at 119 Braintree Street.
  Ars Libri, the specialist rare bookdealers in the field of art, architecture, and photography, continues to show changing selections from its stock in its display cases at 500 Harrison Avenue. These include rare illustrated books, photographs, posters, and documents of Dada, Surrealism, and other modern art movements, as well as Renaissance and Baroque architectural treatises, Islamic manuscripts, nineteenth-century photographs, and classic livres d'artiste by Picasso and Matisse. Ars Libri also maintains the largest stock in America of out-of-print reference books on art and art history. These are accessible for browsing, both at the Harrison Avenue store, and at its branch, Ars Libri at the MFA (in the shop of the Museum of Fine Arts).

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