Reformations: Dürer & the New Age of Print
January 26 – February 22, 2015
Reformations: Dürer & the New Age of Print introduces the earliest moments of print and printed book culture in Europe. Featuring over 70 woodcuts and engravings by the German-born, Renaissance printmaker, Albrecht Dürer (1472-1528), and over 40 printed books published between c. 1465-1525, Reformations highlights how the innovative uses of new print technology in and around Dürer's circle reflected creative and social change at the cusp of a transformative period of Western history.
Presenting works from the University's Donohue Rare Book Room permanent collection, the exhibition was curated by USF's MA in Museum Studies Curatorial Practicum class led by Professor Kate Lusheck.