Pop-ups in the News
Vojtěch Kubašta has been celebrated in two exhibitions curated by The Popuplady in 2014.
The first, at the Grolier Club in NYC, Pop-ups From Prague, made headlines in the New York Times. When the exhibit traveled to the National Czech and Slovak Museum and Library in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, it also was a big hit.
Pop-ups at the University of Rochester, Springing to Life: Movable Books & Mechanical Devices, has been extended beyond August 17, 2012
This exhibit, which The Popuplady journeyed to see, is a wonderful presentation of the history of pop-ups. Curator, Leah Hamilton, has done a superlative and innovative job and gives the viewer much to see and play with. This show is a visual delight and has been well covered by the media.
Robert Sabuda interviewed in the Wall Street Journal, October 1-2, 2011, Read about his rocess in making in his next pop-up book, The Little Mermaid.
Paper Instruments in Navigation books, 16th century: Lost at Sea: The Ocean in the English Imagination, 1550-1750; exhibit at the Folger Shakespeare Library, 201 E. Capitol St, SE, Wash. DC New York Times review, August 19, 2010
More books with movables at the Folger Library
Pop-ups for Grown-ups in The Syracuse Post-Standard, 12/3/2006
Brooklyn Pops Up! NYTimes (Nov.27,2000)
Visit the Brooklyn Pops Up! exhibit with over 100 pop-up book titles from 1540 to the present