Andrew Beccone, originally uploaded by limcollegearchive.
The fourth in the series of bios on the panelists and moderators at Fashion: Now & Then, a symposium at LIM College.
Andrew Beccone is the founder and director of the Reanimation Library, a small independent library based in Brooklyn. He received his Masters in Information and Library Science from the Pratt Institute 2005. With the Reanimation Library, Beccone has organized exhibitions in the United States and Europe, such as Center City Branch at Vox Populi in Philadelphia, Gridspace in Brooklyn, Hackney Branch at Space, London, Carlisle Branch at Dickenson College, Carlisle, PA, and Hyde Park Branch at the University of Chicago.
Previously, Beccone has worked as a web developer for the New York Public Library’s Digital Library, as a Reference Librarian at Parsons School of Design, and in the technical services department at NYU’s Bobst Library. In addition to running the Reanimation Library, he is the Librarian at the Marian Goodman Gallery in New York.
Registration is open now! Read more about the symposium and register on the Fashion: Now & Then symposium blog and on the LIM College website.
This bio was originally published on the LIM College Archives blog.