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The NYPL and The Federico García Lorca Foundation present this exhibition of poet and playwright Federico García Lorca's recovered manuscripts, pho...
This ongoing exhibition consists of large wall panels with photographs, text, objects, and videos illustrating the history and the vast array of co...
In conjunction with the NYPL's new exhibit, Back Tomorrow: Federico García Lorca/Poet in New York, author Sharonah Frederick will lead this discuss...
Join author J.K. Fowler for this lecture and discussion about Federico García Lorca and some of the NYC locations that he wrote about, including Wa...
Tonight, in the main branch of the New York Public Library, the long-running conversation about artist copyright, piracy in the digital age, changing (and disappearing) artist revenue streams, and ill... More »
At the year’s final Live From the NYPL event, novelist Zadie Smith discusses physical space and geography in fiction with graphic novelist Chris Ware. Smith’s latest novel, NW, threads stories of childhood friends through a particular northwest... More »
Released at the same time as his album with St. Vincent, Love This Giant, David Byrne’s newest book, How Music Works, discusses how technology has changed the way we produce and consume music forever. Author Chris Ruen’s book Freeloading: How Our... More »
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