Graphic Panel Exhibitions

Graphic panel exhibitions from the American Museum of Natural History are created for display in an variety of venues, including museums, libraries, and public spaces. These beautifully designed and scientifically accurate exhibitions showcase illustrations, photography, and infographics covering an array of themes from natural history to ecology. 


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Natural Histories: 400 Years of Scientific Illustrations from the Museum’s Library

260 linear feet

This graphic panel exhibition showcases fifty exquisite scientific illustrations created to spread information about the natural world, first published in books between the 1500s and early 1900s. Reproductions of illustrations include works by celebrated artists Albrecht Dürer, Joseph Wolf, Moses Harris, John Woodhouse Audubon, and Maria Sibylla Merian.

All of the images presented come from the Rare Book Collection of the American Museum of Natural History Research Library. These illustrations also appear in the art book set Natural Histories (Sterling, 2012).


Our Global Kitchen Graphic Panel Exhibition

55 linear feet  

Featuring highlights from the full gallery traveling exhibition, the Our Global Kitchen panel exhibition features stunning infographics which present current research and statistics that explore the complex relationship we have with food, and consider some of the most compelling issues of our time.

Exhibition Information

Venue Gallery Size:

From 55 linear feet - 330 linear feet

(17 m — 100 m)


Venue Ceiling Height:

10—12 ft recommended

(3.1—3.6 m)


Conservation & Security Requirements:



Standard Rental Length:

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