Collection: Exhibition Catalogues

From the first exhibition curated in Reggio Emilia to convey to its citizens a glimpse of the daily life of the infant-toddler centers and preschools, which was titled The Eye if it Leaps Over the Wall, to the first traveling exhibition, The Hundred Languages of Children, exhibitions have a way of synthesizing a lived period from the points of view of teachers, parents, children, political leaders, artists, atelieristas, scholars, and pedagogistas. Catalogues are rich with traces and reflections. Although all resources produced in Reggio Emilia are visually rich with photographs and text of the work of children and teachers, catalogues seem especially so.