Events

DON’T MISS

10 April — 29 June 2024

Lettres d’amour

Between lettering, graffiti, calligraphy and character design, the ‘Lettres d'amour’ exhibition explores contemporary lettering practices through cross-disciplinary, multimedia, multi-dimensional, scholarly and vernacular approaches. Featuring the works of Benoît Bodhuin (see Eye 103), Bye Bye Binary, Hélène Marian (see Eye blog), Émilie Rigaud, Velvetyne Type Foundry and others.

le Bel Ordinaire, espace d’art contemporain, les Abattoirs, allée Montesquieu, 64140 Billère, Pau, France

To 29 June 2024

16-20 April 2024

ATypI Brisbane 2024

Tickets are available from the ATypl website here
Non-member $625.00, Member $550.00, Student $300.00

Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (main venue)
133 Grey Street, South Bank, QLD 4101, Brisbane, Australia

17 April 2024

Led by letters – circular creativity in type and lettering

A lecture by Letter Exchange with lettering, illustration and type designer Jamie Clarke. From his Bristol-based studio, Jamie Clarke designs illustrative lettering projects alongside contemporary typefaces. Balancing these two distinct disciplines, has led him to discover an endless cycle of fresh ideas and new opportunities as well as giving him freedom that comes from switching between activities. In his talk, Jamie will show how his approach to drawing letters developed and explain how his two specialities interconnect and influence each other.

Members £7, non-members £10, students £5 / In person and online / 6.30-8.30pm

The Art Workers’ Guild, 6 Queen Square, London WC1N 3AT

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CURRENTLY ON

to 21 April 2024

Ettore Sottsass: Design Metaphors

The exhibition brings together a series of photographs taken by Ettore Sottsass between 1972 and 1978 and grouped under the title ‘Metafore’ (Metaphors).

Admission: €5

Triennale Milano, Viale Alemagna 6, 20121 Milano

to 23 April

The Nereids

The Lettering Arts Trust presents ‘The Nereids’ – an exhibition depicting 27 benign, mythical nymphs of Ancient Greece and Rome who represented the sea’s rich abundance and protected sailors and fishermen.

West Downs Gallery, West Downs Centre, Romsey Road, Winchester SO22 5HT

Monday-Friday 8.30am – 6pm and Saturday 9am – 4pm (no parking on weekdays until after 4pm)

to 28 April 2024

Mudlarking: Unearthing London’s Past

The highlight of the exhibition is a complete alphabet of Doves Type from The Doves Press, a private printing press joint-founded by Emery Walker and T. J. Cobden-Sanderson in the first decade of the twentieth century – the first time a full set of Doves Type has ever been exhibited. Until recently, the pieces lay at the bottom of the River Thames, following a spectacular falling out between the Press’s founders. The exhibition also includes other mudlarked finds, including fossils, prehistoric flint tools, Roman coins and pottery, Medieval pilgrim badges, Tudor fashion accessories, seventeenth-century children’s toys, Georgian personal adornments and Victorian curiosities.

The Emery Walker Trust, Emery Walker's House, 7 Hammersmith Terrace, London W6 9TS ​
For booking enquiries please contact [email protected] or +44 (0)208 741 4104 .

to 5 May 2024

Abattoir

Aria Dean: Abattoir

The exhibition of the artist’s recent work explores the foundational relationship between modernity and death on conceptual and material levels. The ICA’s main gallery features Dean’s Abattoir, U.S.A.!, a site-specific film installation with immersive 8-channel sound. The animated film traverses the interior of an empty slaughterhouse. The film is mimicked in the ICA’s gallery through physical echoes of the virtual space. Composer Evan Zierk’s accompanying score samples field recordings, cinematic instrumentals, algorithmically generated sound, as well as a familiar pop cover. 

Tickets £5, valid all day.

Institute of Contemporary Arts, The Mall, St. James's, London SW1Y 5AH

Tuesday to Thursday, 4 – 9pm / Friday to Sunday, 12 – 9pm

Above: Aria Dean, Abattoir, U.S.A.!, 2023, single-channel video, courtesy the artist, Greene Naftali, New York and Château Shatto, Los Angeles

to 26 May 2024

Typographic Jazz

Using a mismatched set of nineteenth-century wood block letters, Jack Stauffacher reimagined type as abstract form; his experiments in inking and layering led to an extraordinary body of unique monoprints. This exhibition explores the iconic Bay Area printer’s playful, rarely seen work, and includes more than 100 prints, sketches, iterative proofs, and other experiments to help us understand his creative process.

Admission is free.

Letterform Archive, 2325 Third St. Floor 4R, San Francisco, CA 94107, US

to 26 May 2024

My Verses Are Like Dynamite

Exhibition of a series of small booklets with poetry opposing the Nazi propaganda between 1943 and 1945, written and designed by Curt Bloch. Presented will be all 95 original issues of the Het Onderwater Cabaret, accompanied by insight into the production of their covers, which Bloch adorned with photomontages put together using materials from newspapers and magazines at his disposal.

Admission is free.

Libeskind Building, ground level, Eric F. Ross Gallery, Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969, Berlin

Above: Cover of Het Onderwater Cabaret by Curt Bloch, 30 Aug 1943

to 31 May 2024

Miniature Masterpieces: 100 Years of Irish Stamps

Stamps provide a unique perspective on how we see ourselves and how we wish to be seen. Designed originally to show prepayment of postage, the humble stamp gradually became much more than a receipt as it transformed into an object of rare artistry, a symbol of nationhood and a miniature ambassador that quietly represents nations and their peoples throughout the world.

On display are 760 original Irish stamps, along with artwork, design proofs, printing plates, and other materials.

See also ‘A century of lick and stick’ on Eye blog.

Admission is free.

National Print Museum, Old Garrison Chapel, Beggars Bush Barracks, Haddington Road, Dublin 4, D04 E0C9, Ireland

to 2 June 2024

Bert Hardy: Photojournalism in War and Peace

London-born Bert Hardy (1913-95, UK) was an influential English press and documentary photographer known for his work for Picture Post magazine.

Opening Times: Mon-Wed 10am-6pm; Thu-Fri: 10am-8pm; Sat: 10am-6pm; Sun: 11am-6pm. Fridays free from 5pm.

Venue: The Photographers’ Gallery, 16-18 Ramillies Street, London W1F 7LW.

to 2 June 2024

Saul Leiter: An Unfinished World

Saul Leiter

This is the largest exhibition of Saul Leiter’s work to take place in the UK, featuring 171 photographs alongside a selection of over 40 of Leiter’s lesser-known paintings. Leiter photographed every day for sixty years, keenly observing daily life and discovering beauty on the streets of the East Village neighbourhood where he lived his entire adult life and which became his enduring subject. The exhibition is curated by Anne Morin, co-produced by the Rencontres d’Arles and DiChroma Photography, Madrid with the collaboration of the Saul Leiter Foundation, New York.

Admission: £5.75 - £11.50 / Tuesday - Sunday, 10am-5pm

Milton Keynes Gallery, 900 Midsummer Blvd, Milton Keynes MK9 3QA

to 29 June 2024

Lettres d’amour

Between lettering, graffiti, calligraphy and character design, the ‘Lettres d'amour’ exhibition explores contemporary lettering practices through cross-disciplinary, multimedia, multi-dimensional, scholarly and vernacular approaches. Featuring the works of Benoît Bodhuin (see Eye 103), Bye Bye Binary, Hélène Marian (see Eye blog), Émilie Rigaud, Velvetyne Type Foundry and others.

le Bel Ordinaire, espace d’art contemporain, les Abattoirs, allée Montesquieu, 64140 Billère, Pau, France

to 29 June 2024

Design and gender (WT)

The comprehensive exhibition ‘Design and Gender’ addresses issues of equality and difference in the society through a design lens.

Admission: 25-45 NIS

Design Museum Holon, Pinhas Eilon St. Holon, 5845400, Israel

Above: Flex, Tim Meakins

to 7 July 2024

Designing the Social

Designing the Social

Exhibition examining socially driven ideas about living together, and exploring how Dutch society redesigned itself over the past 100 years. In a series of installations designers, researchers and curators select and (re)interpret pieces from archives to tell stories on social design.

Admission: €10.50

Het Nieuwe Instituut, Museumpark 25, 3015 CB Rotterdam, Netherlands

to 4 August

Arab Design Now

Arab Design Now presents a survey of local and regional design talent across disciplines, from architectural and material innovations to contemporary crafts, furniture, fashion, graphic, and object design.
Various venues, Doha, Qatar. Tickets.

to 11 August 2024

Japan: Myths to Manga

Young V&A’s very first exhibition presents an atmospheric trip through Japanese history, exploring how landscape and folklore have influenced Japan’s culture, technology and design.

Tickets: £10

Young V&A, Cambridge Heath Road, Bethnal Green, London, E2 9PA

to 8 September 2024

Enzo Mari

Curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist with Francesca Giacomelli, this major exhibition will celebrate the life and work of Enzo Mari, an Italian designer whose work have inspired generations of creatives around the world. This retrospective which debuted at Triennale Milano in 2020, will span Mari’s 60-year career and bring together hundreds of his projects, ranging from furniture, children’s books and games, product and graphic design, to more conceptual installation-based works.

Admission: £9-20

The Design Museum, 224–238 Kensington High Street, London W8 6AG

Above: Installation view of the ‘Enzo Mari’ exhibition at the Triennale Milano in 2020.

to 8 September 2024

Quentin Blake: Book Covers

This exhibition features 60 of Blake’s book covers from the 1960s to the present: from mid-century Penguin paperbacks to finely crafted special editions. First editions are shown alongside reproductions of original artwork from Blake’s archive that show how he combines typography, dynamic layouts and his unique way of drawing to create playful designs.

The travelling exhibition will be available at the following locations:

8 July — 17 September 2023
Aberdeen Art Gallery

2 October — 30 October 2023
South Dublin Libraries

10 February — 11 May 2024
Rugby Art Gallery and Museum

29 June — 8 September 2024
Oxfordshire Museum

to 22 September 2024

Paula Scher: Type is Image

With ‘Type is Image’, Munich’s Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum – continues its tradition of inviting important contemporary designers to a site-specific installation. Paula Scher accepted this invitation with a walk-in exhibition that allows the public to immerse themselves in her world. From the floor to the walls to the hanging letters and posters, visitors are surrounded by Scher’s works.

See Reputations: Paula Scher in Eye 77 and ‘Graphic design live #15’ on the Eye blog.

Open daily 10-6pm, Thursday 10-8pm, closed on Mondays.

Die Neue Sammlung, Türkenstrasse 15, 80333 Munich

to 24 September 2024

Give Me a Sign: The Language of Symbols

Give Me a Sign: The Language of Symbols

From the STOP sign to the laugh-cry emoji, symbols play a critical and ubiquitous role in everyday life. As communication tools designed to break language barriers, symbols instruct, protect, entertain, connect, and communicate beliefs. This exhibition demonstrates how symbol design is a dynamic and collaborative effort through which individuals and communities have created, adopted, and redesigned symbols over time.

Admission: $7-16

Cooper Hewitt, 2 East 91st Street, New York, NY 10128

to 13 October 2024

Edward Bawden & Me

This eclectic exhibition celebrates the work of printmaker, illustrator, watercolourist and designer Edward Bawden (1903-89). The show is curated by illustrator and printmaker Chris Brown, a friend of Bawden who has invited 30 artists and makers to respond to works by Bawden in The Higgins Bedford Collection.

The Higgins Bedford, Castle Lane, Bedford MK40 3XD

Free of charge. Opening Hours. Tue-Sat: 11am-5pm; Sunday & Bank Holiday Monday: 2-5pm. Closed on Mondays.

See ‘Friendships and glue’ and ‘Bawden galore’ on the Eye blog.

to 1 December 2024

Collection Insights: Seven Perspectives

An exhibition exploring seven views on organising a collection. The seven perspectives have to do with analogue and digital design methods, virtual objects and provenance research, key figures in the history of Swiss graphic design and design in the public space. Taking these as its starting point, Collection Insights will examine selected objects in the collection from different angles and explore how the museum’s collecting, exhibiting, and educational activities are interconnected.

Admission: 12CHF / 8CHF

Museum für Gestaltung, Ausstellungsstrasse 60, 8005 Zurich

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UPCOMING EVENTS


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APRIL 2024

17 April 2024

Led by letters – circular creativity in type and lettering

A lecture by Letter Exchange with lettering, illustration and type designer Jamie Clarke. From his Bristol-based studio, Jamie Clarke designs illustrative lettering projects alongside contemporary typefaces. Balancing these two distinct disciplines, has led him to discover an endless cycle of fresh ideas and new opportunities as well as giving him freedom that comes from switching between activities. In his talk, Jamie will show how his approach to drawing letters developed and explain how his two specialities interconnect and influence each other.

Members £7, non-members £10, students £5 / In person and online / 6.30-8.30pm

The Art Workers’ Guild, 6 Queen Square, London WC1N 3AT

18-28 April 2024

FUN: Illustration Exhibition

Organised by Lucky Frog Studio, ‘FUN’ features eight Brighton-based illustrators: Tim Alexander, Michael Driver, Holly Farndell, Lizzie Lomax, Jessica Meyrick, Connie Noble, Sean O’Brien and Leanne Rule.

Family Store Records & Gallery (downstairs space), 74 North Rd, Brighton, BN1 1YD. (Opening times: store hours.)

25-26 April 2024

Forward Festival Hamburg

Forward Festival

This festival takes place over two days on two stages with 30+ creatives that will join with talks, hands-on workshops and interactive formats. There is also a chance to explore immersive installations and join exclusive side events, happenings & parties, while connecting with creatives.

Admission: Student – €130 / Regular – from €240

Jupiter, Mönckebergstraße 2-4, 20095 Hamburg, Germany

28 April 2024

St Bride Foundation Wayzgoose 2024

Wayzgoose

Join this event to celebrate all things letterpress at the annual St Bride Foundation Wayzgoose. Explore numerous stalls selling letterpress supplies, type and ornaments, paper, printed items, second-hand books and type specimens.

The Wayzgoose is one of the highlights of the St Bride Foundation calendar and is held to raise funds for the Library and Workshop – home to one of the world’s most significant collections of books, artefacts and archives about printing, typography and graphic design.

Admission: Free

St Bride Foundation, 14 Bride Lane, London EC4Y 8EQ

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MAY 2024

15 May 2024

Into the heart of Arabic calligraphy

A lecture by Letter Exchange with Arabic calligraphy artist and instructor Mahmoud Mostafa. He is an award-winning Arabic Calligraphy artist, instructor, and designer from Egypt who has been fascinated by the art of calligraphy since a young age. After many years of studying calligraphy, Mahmoud started to share his art and thoughts to let people see the beauty beyond this magnificent art. Through this talk, Mahmoud will share with you his passion for Arabic calligraphy and why he considers it a unique art by questioning different aspects historically, technically, and artistically.

Members £7, non-members £10, students £5 / In person and online / 6.30-8.30pm

The Art Workers’ Guild, 6 Queen Square, London WC1N 3AT

21 May 2024

Garry Fabian Miller: The Light Gatherers

Garry Fabian Miller

This lecture features contemporary fine art photographer Garry Fabian Miller for the last in a series of lectures looking at the central role of The Darkroom in his life and within chemical photography, concluding with new work exploring his evolving colour world.

Admission: Free, booking required

Sir Victor Blank Lecture Theatre, Weston Library, Broad Street, Oxford, OX1 3BG

See ‘Reputations: Garry Fabian Miller’ in Eye 93.

21-26 May 2024

Łódź Design Festival

Lodz Festival

Łódź Design Festival (ŁDF) is a pioneering event, organized since 2007 by the Łódź Art Center foundation, supporting the development of the Polish creative sector, attracting both designers, producers, and distributors, and recipients not professionally related to this topic but who love good design. The upcoming eighteenth edition of the Łódź Design Festival takes the slogan ‘Comfort’ as the central exploration point, showing how contemporary design responds dynamically to the changing needs of society.

Admission: Ticket sales coming soon

Art_Inkubatora at the Fabryka Sztuki in Łódź, Poland, with festival events happening in other areas of the city.

22-24 May 2024

All Flows

All Flows, a two-day conference held in Milton Keynes, features Brendan Dawes, Lisbon-based Ilhas, Akil Benjamin (Comuzi), Rob Lowe (aka Supermundane) and Marshmallow Laser Feast. Alongside the conference days, there will be workshops on the first day led by photographer Laura Pannack and computer artist Lex Fefegha, plus a programme of film screenings, social events and other interventions throughout.

Early bird tickets from £150 available now.
Venue: Unity Place, 200 Grafton Gate, Milton Keynes MK9 1UP

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JUNE 2024

1 June 2024

Now 24

Type Paris: Now 24

Now24 conference brings together graphic design and typography enthusiasts and seeks to explain how typography has a visible impact on the world around us. Come to Paris to listen to a mix of inspiring speakers, evoking topics as broad as graphic design, web design, motion design, publishing, visual identity, communication and type design.

Early bird ticket €120, Regular ticket (before 14 May 2024) €170, Late ticket €220

Novotel Paris Vaugirard Montparnasse, 257 rue de Vaugirard, 75015 Paris, France

6-8 June 2024

Birmingham Design Festival: Process

Speakers include Jessica Hische (see Eye 75), Annie Atkins, Daniel Eatock (see Eye 35 and 73), Aurélia Durand, Michael Johnson (see Eye 73) and many more designers and graphic artists across the sectors: Graphic, Digital, Product and Illustration.

The organisers promise: ’With over 100 events across 20+ venues there’s something for everyone at BDF’.

The BDF Festival Pass is available to buy now, with early bird passes (including accommodation) from £420 to £625.

10-18 June 2024

Typographics 2024

Typographics 2024, Cooper Union, New York City, United States. Details on the website. Conference information below.

12 June 2023

The calligraphy and lettering of W. A. Dwiggins

A lecture by Letter Exchange with calligrapher, typographer, design historian and educator Paul Shaw. The talk will be an overview of the calligraphy and lettering of American graphic designer W.A. Dwiggins (1880–1956) from his roots in the Arts & Crafts movement to Art Deco-influenced lettering and idiosyncratic scripts. Paul Shaw has been researching, writing about and lecturing on the life and work of W.A. Dwiggins since 1977.

Members £7, non-members £10, students £5 / In person and online / 6.30-8.30pm

The Art Workers’ Guild, 6 Queen Square, London WC1N 3AT

14-15 June 2024

Typographics conference

The central Typographics conference, with workshops, tours, TypeLab, book fair, and more scheduled around it. Speakers include M / M Paris, Kameelah Janan Rasheed, Tala Safie and Sanchit Sawaria.

Registration is now open. Registration for workshops and other events will be made available in the coming weeks and months.

The Cooper Union Foundation Building, 7 East 7th Street New York, NY 10003 US

23 June — 6 July 2024

Typographic Disillusion I

Dafi

Typographic Printing Program in Switzerland with Dafi Kühne is an all-round 2-week intensive summer program in Switzerland for international graphic design enthusiasts. The workshop’s goal is to bridge the gap between analog design and production tools and professional contemporary typographic posters. The participants will go through a number of analog tasks to experience the layout qualities of simple type-only layouts. All the experiments and layout exercises will be realized with traditional letterpress printing presses and physical type. Through this very slow but accurate analog process, the participants will learn to put emphasis on concept and micro typography.

Fees and deadlines: 1850CHF (until May 6, 2024), 1950CHF (after May 6)

This event will take place in Näfels, Switzerland. This is session one of two sessions offered during the summer.

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JULY 2024

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Oh Jacno!

An exhibition at Le Signe in Chamount gathers posters of 20 designers and 14 students, who took on a challenge to echo the work of Marcel ‘Jacno’ Jachnovitch (1904-89). Jacno (see Eye 79 and Eye 86) was a prolific French graphic and type designer known for Chaillot typeface, the NPT logo or the winged helmet on the Gauloises cigarettes packaging among others. Visitors can view the works from Sarah Boris (see Eye 101), Bureau 205 (see Eye 90), Anette Lenz (see Eye 101), Anja Lutz (see Eye 37), Michel Lepetitdidier and many others.

Admission: free, Wednesday–Sunday, 2–6pm

Le Signe, Centre national du graphisme, 1 place Emile Goguenheim, 52000 Chaumont, France

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ONLINE + ONGOING

Ongoing

Philip Sayer: A journey through East Anglia

Philip Sayer: A journey through East Anglia

A digital exhibition presenting an extended series of photographs taken by Philip Sayer between 2005 and 2023 within a thirty-mile radius of his Norfolk home.

Through Sayer’s lens, the viewer is transported into a richly atmospheric vision of the region as an impressive sequence of images that sweep across its varied terrain. In his distinctive style – developed over the course of a professional photography career that spans six decades – deep darks meet fluctuating patches of vibrant light and between them a dynamic interplay of bold contrasts emerges.

Ongoing

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The 39th Graphic Design Exhibition of the Turkish Graphic Designers Association

This year the annual GMK Graphic Design Exhibition, a recollection of graphic design in Turkey since its debut in 1981, is being held online. The GMK Graphic Design Exhibition Digital Archive will also be publicly accessible in the coming months, displaying this recollection and allowing closer examination of the work and shifting tendencies in Turkish design over the past 39 years.

Ongoing

Yuri Suzuki Sonic Bloom

Sonic Bloom

A community-focused, multi-sensory installation exploring the nature of communication through the interactive deployment of sound. Curated by Alter-Projects and designed by sound artist, designer, and electronic musician, Yuri Suzuki.

Brown Hart Gardens, North Mayfair, London.

Free access

Online

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Reverting to Type 2020: Protest Posters

Reverting to Type 2020 is an exhibition of letterpress artwork with something to say, an international exhibition showcasing progressive letterpress artwork by 100 artists from seventeen countries, alongside the work of specially invited collaborators, including John Anstiss, Shelley Bird, Sarah Boris, Dennis Gould, Peter Kennard and Stewart Lee. (See Word play in Eye 101). The full exhibition contents can be seen at: revertingtotype.com

Ongoing

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Letterform Archive Online

The Letterform Archive have made their Online Archive public access. You can now enjoy virtual access to nearly 1500 objects and 9000 hi-fi images from their collection.

See ‘Access all areas’ by Claire Mason on the Eye blog and ‘Letterform Archive: Objects of inspiration’ in Eye 100.

Ongoing

DesignInterview1Q

Design Interview 10Q

A series of design talks – with Matteo Bologna, Erik Brandt, Dafi Kühne, Thomas Kronbichler and Niklaus Troxler, with more to come – curated by graphic designer Fabio Mario Rizzotti. You can watch the interviews on the @designinterview10q IGTV and YouTube channel.

See ‘Sticks in the mind’ in Eye 69.

Ongoing

Soho Photography Quarter

Soho Photography Quarter

Soho Photography Quarter is a permanent new outdoor cultural space, presenting the very best of contemporary photography, for free. A tranquil and accessible cultural space only seconds from Oxford Street, Soho, Photography Quarter will present a rotating, open-air programme of site-specific and interactive artworks, which will change twice a year. The presentations will feature a significant art frieze in the main square, large-scale over street banners, plus moving image projections, soundscapes and other interactive works depending on the project.

Soho Photography Quarter, 16-18 Ramillies Street, London, W1F 7LW

Ongoing

Barbara Kruger, Untitled (Questions)


Barbara Kruger, Untitled (Questions)

MOCA has reinstalled the monumental wall work by Los Angeles–based artist Barbara Kruger, Untitled (Questions) (1990/2018). The emblematic red, white, and blue artwork was originally commissioned by MOCA in 1989 for the exhibition A Forest of Signs: Art in the Crisis of Representation, and was last installed in 1990 on the south wall of MOCA’s building.

MOCA Gaffen, 152 North Central Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012

See ‘Barbara Kruger: Reputations’ in Eye 5

Above: Barbara Kruger, Untitled (Questions), 1990/2018, on view October 20, 2018–November 2020 at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, photo by Elon Schoenholz.

Ongoing

Ruben Pater of Untold Stories at Insights 2020

Ruben Pater of Untold Stories at Insights 2020

Focusing on the ethics of design, this lecture discusses the unspoken realities of designers working remotely across the globe, and from there dives into social and political issues such as climate change, surveillance, and affordable housing.

See Peter Buwert’s ‘Design’s ugly truths’, a review of Ruben Pater’s The Politics of Design, in Eye 93.

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The 1970s

The decade marks a historic turn in art history for photography. No longer was traditional landscape and documentary photography the same. Photography shared the spotlight with painting.

Online exhibition on the website of the PDNB Gallery.

Above: Bill Owens, Our House is Built with the Living Room in the Back, 1971.