Treasures of the Brooklyn Museum Tiny Folio
- $11.65 for Members
By Kevin Stayton (Editor), Anne Pasternak (Forward)
The Brooklyn Museum is one of the oldest and largest art museums in the United States. Located in New York City’s most populous borough, the museum’s 560,000-square-foot building is a Beaux-Arts masterpiece. Brooklyn's world-renowned encyclopedic art museum houses major collections ranging from ancient Assyrian reliefs to striking period homes and old master paintings, along with Native American, African, and Asian art, and works by top contemporary artists. Discover treasures from the museum’s renowned ancient Egyptian collection, its expansive holdings in American art, and its Sackler Center for contemporary feminist art, including Judy Chicago’s The Dinner Party. The perfect souvenir from the museum’s shop, or for any visitor to the borough, this Tiny Folio features spectacular photography throughout, as well as a special selection of images highlighting Brooklyn’s rich artistic history.
Kevin L. Stayton is Curator Emeritus of the Brooklyn Museum.
Anne Pasternak is the Shelby White and Leon Levy Director of the Brooklyn Museum.