Rego Park Branch, Queens Public Library, Queens NY, Lee Harris Pomeroy Associates.
© Elizabeth Felicella/Esto

Tonight: New York’s Cultural Infrastructure: Branch Libraries Explore why public libraries remain integral to New York City’s cultural infrastructure in a conversation between architectural photographer Elizabeth Felicella and architecture critic Alexandra Lange of Curbed.

The Center for Architecture presents Reading Room: A Catalog of New York City’s Branch Libraries, Elizabeth Felicella’s extensive photographic documentation of all 211 branches of New York City’s public library systems.

Exhibition on view through January 7.

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Please join Elizabeth Felicella for an open house and reception for Reading Room at the Center for Architecture. Felicella will be present to answer questions about the project. Open House & Closing Reception
Friday, January 6th
4–8 pm Center for Architecture
536 Laguardia Place, NYC more
Elizabeth Felicella talks with the Center for Architecture about the eight-year project that culminated in their current exhibition “Reading Room: A Catalog of New York City’s Branch Libraries.” The exhibition is on view
through January 7. more