“The Book of Hov” exhibit celebrates and honors the achievements of legendary New York City rapper Jay-Z, which is displayed at the Central Library within Brooklyn Public Library system.
The exhibit opened on July 14th and will be extended up until October, which is free and open to the public during library hours, where a limited-edition library card with Roc Nation will be there to accompany the event. The exhibit is said to “feature never-before-seen images, art and ephemera from the artist’s archives, providing an unparalleled look at an extraordinary life and career” and is “one of the only installations of its scope to be housed in an active public space and features text, audio and curation” for visitors to enjoy.
More information about the exhibit can be found here
There is also a digital platform to review the artifacts from the exhibit if you can’t make it to the museum, which will be found here!