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[Plays, First Folio] Mr. William Shakespeares comedies, histories & tragedies

“Remember Me”: Shakespeare and His Legacy showcases works from the Library's Rare Books Division and the Graphic Arts Collection, together with works from the Art Museum and a private collection, to present twenty-two rare books, prints, and drawings in recognition of the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare on April 26, 1616.

Welcome back, Princeton Tigers! Don't miss special Reunions programming organized by the Art Museum on May 26 and 27 and extended hours through May 30.

The Society of Architectural Historians has awarded the 2016 Philip Johnson Exhibition Catalogue Award to Katherine A. Bussard, Alison Fisher, and Greg Foster-Rice for The City Lost & Found: Capturing New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles, 1960–1980.

The Museum has acquired an important early work by the renowned African American artist Elizabeth Catlett (1915–2012), the fruit of a collaboration with Princeton University’s Department of Art and Archaeology that continues to strengthen Princeton’s art collections.

The endowment celebrates Nancy Lee’s commitment to Asian art at Princeton and honors the memory of her late husband. Cary Liu has been named the inaugural Nancy and Peter Lee Curator of Asian Art.