I have had the privilage to design four solo exhibitions for my work documenting Baroque Libraries. As with any design project, the creation of the work itself is one component, and the presentation is the other. The different venues, ranging from a reading room along the Papal Way designed by Borromini to an architecture department in Ithaca, each posed their own challenges and design inspirations. Two-dimensional artwork engages in a dialogue with the architecture. It provides an opportunity to immerse oneself spatially in a surrounding experience of the drawings. In the end, there can be no substitute for the profound effect of physical, enveloping space. Exhibitions grants that to two-dimensional art.