The Stuart Hall Library is a valuable reference resource for students, researchers and all interested readers and is one of the leading UK libraries in the field of international visual art.
The library holds a substantial collection of monographs, catalogues, periodicals, DVDs, CDs, slides and other media on visual arts and culture.
The collection focuses on contemporary art from Africa, Asia and Latin America, and the work of British artists from diverse cultural backgrounds. The book collection includes over 10,000 volumes. The library holds over 4,000 group exhibition catalogues, 3,500 works on individual artists, and 2,500 contextual, historical or theoretical works as well as over 200 periodical titles and over 200 zines.
Library visitors can access the collection through the online catalogue. Titles can be searched by author, keyword, title, curator, artist or individual contributor.
There is a photocopier and wireless internet access.
Thank you to everyone who visited us and supported our work in 2017. #StuartHallLibrary will be closed from Sat 23 Dec 2017 to Mon 1 Jan 2018 inclusive. Warmest wishes and season's greetings from the team at Iniva. pic.twitter.com/m3hGFcRxzp— Iniva (@Iniva_arts) December 22, 2017
Complicating the narrative... Iniva’s review of 2017 in highlights the artists, curators and scholars who do just this. Read more https://t.co/pb9ehmypFA #yearinreview #visualarts #yearahead #hello2018 pic.twitter.com/ADVN4HwwdY— Iniva (@Iniva_arts) December 10, 2017