Robert Rosenberg

From antiquity to the present, librarians and architects have always belonged to the same guild: Together, they have built some of history’s most progressive buildings. (Mario Botta’s 2006 Werner Oechslin Library in Switzerland is shown here.) Taking its title from an eloquent Bible verse, Wisdom Builds Her House: The Architecture and History of Libraries at Munich’s Pinakothek der Moderne illustrates the relationship between architecture and libraries through film, photos, and other media. Through Oct. 16. •