The library does not lend out. It has a 25 seat reading hall, as well as an 8 people capacity room, where users can organize group meetings. Reservations must be made at least one day in advance by contacting:
The EMST library specializes in contemporary Greek and international art. It has more than 8,500 publications and 450 magazine titles, in Greek and foreign languages. The library collection consists of printed, electronic, and audiovisual material covering, among other fields, art history and theory, museology, architecture, philosophy, critical reviews, aesthetics. Emphasis is placed on catalogs of individual and group exhibitions and on monographs by artists. Catalogs of museums and international exhibitions constitute a large part of the collection. The aim of the library is to support research focusing on the interdisciplinary approach to contemporary art.
Library Use and Services:
The items found in the open stacks are freely accessible to the public, while the use of items of limited access is available upon request to the library. The reproduction of library material is allowed in accordance with the Library and Art Archive Regulation and the laws on copyright and on the management of intellectual property rights.
VIEWS TO THE LIBRARY
Victor Vasarely: 1ος τόμος: Το απόλυτο μάτι = 1er volume: l’ oeil asolu = 1st volume: The absolute eye, Αθήνα: Artistic Investments, 2005
Licht, Alan, Sound Art: Beyond Music, Between Categories, New York: Rizzoli International Publications, 2007
The library and the art archive of EMST are under reorganization. During this time, the researchers can visit and have access to part of the collection by appointment. +
Library – Art Archive: email@example.com
Archivist / Librarian,