COLLECTIONS

Pat & Rosemarie Keough’s LABYRINTH SUBLIME and ANTARCTICA are primarily collected by individuals worldwide, including Royalty from seven nations. The following libraries, universities and museums have acquired one or both of these volumes.

Australia
State Library of New South Wales
State Library of Victoria
University of Melbourne

Canada
National Library of Canada
Salt Spring Island Public Library
Toronto Public Library
The Banff Centre Library
Emily Carr University of the Arts
The Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art University of Alberta
University of British Columbia
University of Manitoba
University of Victoria
York University
Lester B Pearson College
Canadian Museum of Nature

Japan
National Institute of Polar Research

Malaysia
Sultan Mizan Antarctic Research Foundation

New Zealand
Auckland City Library
University of Auckland
Canterbury Museum

United Kingdom
The Natural History Museum
National Library of Scotland

United States of America
Chrysler Museum of Art
Museum of Fine Art, Houston
The Grolier Club, New York
Library of Congress
The Huntington Library, San Marino California
Newberry Library, Chicago
Phoenix Public Library
Washington State Library
Brown University
University of Southern California
Claremont College
University of Colorado at Boulder
Davidson College
Denison University
University of Georgia
Hamilton College
Hillsdale College
University of Iowa
Kenyon College
Lafayette College
Louisiana State University
North Carolina State University
University of Oregon
University of Texas
University of Washington
Wellesley College
Western Washington University
Yale University

 

 

 I regularly feature the Keoughs’ ANTARCTICA when photo-related classes
     come to our library and it remains a title that piques the interest of students
     and faculty alike.                                              Jon Evans — Director, Hirsch Library
                                                                                           Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

 Exhilarating. A remarkable piece of art. I never before realized
     the color of Antarctica.                                Roy Flukinger — Senior Curator
                                                                                           Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center,
                                                                                           University of Texas

 Rosemarie and Pat put so much love and care into this book. It shows in
     every page that we turn. It is one of the finest new books we’ve ever bought.                                                                                            Christine Vincent — Special Collections Librarian
                                                                                           University of Colorado at Boulder

 I love to show ANTARCTICA to students and faculty and watch their jaws drop.
     Then I explain what went into the making of this book — artistic vision, technical
     quality, production values and painstaking attention to every detail — and watch
     their jaws drop even farther. It’s an absolutely stunning addition to our growing
     Artists’ Books Collection.                           Diane Shaw — Special Collections Librarian
                                                                                           Lafayette College

 At Yale University, ANTARCTICA is permanently on display in the Arts of the
     Book Collection and this piece catches the attention of everyone who walks
     in to the reading room. This work is the perfect start to a conversation about what
     a book can be and how a well designed and constructed book can add to the
     knowledge inside it. Every aspect of ANTARCTICA is well done and worth
     consideration, from the physical construction, to the layout, to the photography,
     which gives me many possible ways this book can help with our educational mission.
     With this one work, I can connect with graduate students from the School of Art,
     as well as undergraduates in the humanities and the sciences. The beauty of the book
     draws in the students, and the durability allows me to feel free to use it again
     and again without worrying about its fragility.
                                                                                           Jae Rossman — Special Collections Librarian
                                                                                           Arts Library, Yale University