The Pallant House Gallery near Chichester in West Sussex has an exhibition of Barnett Freedman’s work from 5th August to 1st November 2020. Barnett Freedman, Eric Ravilious and Edward Burra were amongst Britain’s most sought-after commercial designers in the mid-20th century. There are also two other exhibitions: Talent: Bawden, Marx, Ravilious, and their Contemporaries and […]
An exhibition at the Heath Robinson Museum in London is the first exhibition in a public gallery of the innovative illustrator Charles Keeping. It has been extended to September 2020, so hopefully we can get to see it. Visit this page to find out more.
The ‘Hope to Nope’ exhibition at the Design Museum in London, 28th March to 12th August. Hope to Nope: Graphics and Politics 2008 -2018 is an exhibition on how graphic design and technology have played a major part in the political movements of our times. The street artist Shepard Fairey designed the famous poster ‘Hope’ […]
An exhibition of the work of German photographer Andreas Gursky will be held at the Southbank Centre in London, 25th January to 22nd April 2018. Visit the Southbank Centre website. See our photography books.
Currently on in London until 16 April 2017, an exhibition of the illustrations by artist John Kenny (1911-1972) for Ladybird Books An Adventure in History: Charles Dickens. The exhibition is at the Charles Dickens Museum London. The exhibition presents John Kenny’s original illustrations. To quote the museum ‘Each shows an important scene from Dickens’s life […]
Recording Britain is an exhibition at the Towner Gallery, Eastbourne, Sussex, England, organised by the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. It closes on 26th June 2016. The exhibition shows the work of a range of artists in a scheme set up at the outbreak of the Second World War to employ artists on the home […]