An Exquisite Riddle Book and Thousands of Works By Black Artists At the Met Library

On one of the small displays scattered around the Watson Library on the ground floor sits a quaint and labyrinthine recent acquisition: Amos Paul Kennedy Jr.’s “Riddle ma riddle as I suppose” (2002). Unfurled haphazardly, some pages lying flat on the display and others erected vertically, the light blue pages are watermarked with multicolored translucent … Read more