Mary and Edwin Meader Fine Art Library

KIA Library Collections

  • Books and videos: Search the library's catalog.
  • Exhibition catalogs
  • Current periodicals
  • Artist Files

    Library Hours

    11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays

    Art Detectives

    The Meader Library's every-month children's event offered September through May. Click here for more information

    Book discussions

    The library hosts book discussions at 2 p.m. the third Wednesday of each month from September through May.

    Using the Library

    The library is open to the public for research and enjoyment. If you're a KIA member, you may borrow materials - just bring in your KIA membership/library card to get started.

    Contact the Library

    Email
    Phone: 269-349-7775, ext. 3166

  • Upcoming library events

    To sign up, call 269-349-7775, ext. 3166, or email the library.

    New Acquisitions

    Lots of new titles have been arriving at the Meader Fine Arts Library and we have something for everyone.


    2017 The Unfinshed Palazzo Book Cover Rothko: The Color Field Paintings Book Cover Wolfgang Tillmans 2017 Book Cover
  • "The story of Venice's "Unfinished Palazzo" told through the lives of three of its most unconventional, passionate, and fascinating residents: Luisa Casati, Doris Castlerosse, and Peggy Guggenheim"-Amazon.com The Unfinished Palazzo: Life, Love and Art in Venice by Judith Mackrell.
  • "Mark Rothko's iconic paintings are some of the most profound works of twentieth-century Abstract Expressionism. This collection presents fifty large-scale artworks from the American master's color field period (1949-1970) alongside essays by Rothko's son, Christopher Rothko, and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art curator of painting and sculpture Janet Bishop."- Amazon.com Rothko: The Color Field Paintings by Christopher Rothko and Janet Bishop
  • "Since the early 1990s, Wolfgang Tillmans (b. 1968) has established himself as one of the most exciting and innovative artists working today. The first photographer to win the Turner Prize (in 2000), his work is characterized by constant investigation into the boundaries of the photographic medium and a preoccupation with the process of photography itself. This new book, which accompanied an exhibition at Tate Modern, examines Tillmans's evolving practice, showcasing his photography but also his video, digital slide projections, publications, and recorded music." -Amazon.com Wolfgang Tillmans by Chris Dercon (Editor), Helen Sainsbury (Editor), Wolfgang Tillmans (Contributor)

    Be sure to check out our growing DVD collection, our circulating magazine collection, and our children's literature collection!