4 August 2020

Poster House Virtual Talk: Black Fives

Virtual Talk: The Racially Segregated Black Fives Era of Basketball
An evening with Claude Johnson, founder of the Black Fives Foundation, where he will examine several rare and historically relevant early Black basketball posters from his organization’s renowned archives. Hosted by Poster House, Johnson will share insights about these artifacts while exploring the impact that systemic racism had on African American basketball during that period, which lasted from the early 1900s to 1950 when the NBA signed its first Black players.

Register for free here

to 5 August 2020

Designer Lecture Series: Summer Salon

Summer Salon: Design Lecture Series 1
Webinars featuring a range of designers, hosted by the Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography, and offered in collaboration with ArtCenter College Graphic Design Department.


Wed, July 29: Bonnie Siegler
Wed, August 5: Kim Baer

All lectures are scheduled for 1 PM Pacific Daylight Time.

5 August 2020

Online Talk: Equity and Justice

Online Talk: Equity & Justice Poster Design During COVID
Join Poster House and Isometric Studio – a Brooklyn-based design studio led by queer people of colour – as they discuss the transformative role of posters in promoting inclusion, equity, and justice.

Reigster for free here.

5 August — 1 November 2020


Barnett Freedman: Designs for Modern Britain
Pallant House Gallery, 8-9 North Pallant, Chichester PO19 1TJ, UK

Above: Barnett Freedman, Baynard Claudia book, 1935. © Barnett Freedman Estate.

5 August — 1 November 2020


An Outbreak of Talent: Bawden, Marx, Ravilious and their Contemporaries
Pallant House Gallery, 8-9 North Pallant, Chichester PO19 1TJ, UK

Above. Edward Bawden, An Old Crab and a Young.

See ‘The crew with no name’ in Eye 95.

6 August 2020

Virtual Talk: Cheese Posters

Virtual Talk & Tasting: Cheese Posters!
Poster House, with Stephen Gellert of The World’s Best Cheeses, a cheese importer, will guide viewers on a fascinating epicurean journey around the world with cheese. 

Register for free here

31 July 2020 — 14 February 2021

The Chemical Brothers - Got To Keep On Sensory spectacle by Smith & Lyall. Photo by Felix Speller

Electronic: From Kraftwerk to The Chemical Brothers
Evoking the experience of being in a club, the exhibition will transport you through the people, art, design, technology and photography that have been shaping the electronic music landscape.
the Design Museum, 224-238 Kensington High Street, Kensington, London W8 6AG, UK. 

Above: The Chemical Brothers, Got To Keep On, sensory spectacle by Smith & Lyall. Photo by Felix Speller.

to 8 November 2020


Diane Arbus: Photographs, 1956-1971
For the first time, images from the full sweep of Arbus’s career will be presented chronologically. Early works reveal an artist gripped by the range of humanity and life as it unfolded on the street, while later works created using a larger format mark her emergence as a mature and compelling artist.
Art Gallery of Ontario, 317 Dundas Street West Toronto, Ontario M5T 1G4

Above: Diane Arbus, Three female impersonators, N.Y.C., 1962, 1962. Gelatin silver print; printed 1962-63, 27.9 x 35.6 cm. Anonymous gift, 2016. Copyright © Estate of Diane Arbus. 2016/757.

to 23 August 2020

The Hoodie Exhibition

The Hoodie
This exhibition explores the role of a fashion garment as a socio-political carrier. The hoodie tells many stories – tales of social inequality, youth culture, subculture, police brutality, racism, privacy, fear and style.  Popularised by Champion in the 1930s, the hoodie was a practical solution for workmen; it is now, arguably, Western Fashion’s last truly political garment.
Het Nieuwe Instituut, Museumpark 25, 3015 CB Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Above: Devan Shimoyama, February II, 2019.

to 23 August 2020

Gupta Christopher Street

Masculinities: Liberation through photography
Barbican Art Gallery, Barbican Centre, Silk Street, London EC2Y 8DS

Above: Suni Gupta, Untitled 22 from the series ‘Christopher Street’, 1976. Courtesy the artist and Haes Gallery.

to 29 August 2020


to 30 August 2020

Tullio Crali_A Futurist Life

Tullio Crali: A Futurist Life
Opening times: Wednesday to Saturday 11.00 - 18.00; Sunday 12.00 - 17.00;  closed Mondays and Tuesdays.
Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art, 39a Canonbury Square, London N1 2AN, UK

to 30 August 2020


Radical Figures: Painting in the New Millennium
This exhibition brings together a new generation of artists who represent the body in radical ways to tell stories and explore vital social concerns. Presenting for the first time this new direction in painting, the exhibition features ten painters at the heart of this zeitgeist: Michael Armitage, Cecily Brown, Nicole Eisenman, Sanya Kantarovsky, Tala Madani, Ryan Mosley, Christina Quarles, Daniel Richter, Dana Schutz and Tschabalala Self.
Whitechapel Gallery, 77-82 Whitechapel High St, Shadwell, London E1 7QX, UK

Above: Michael Armitage, Kampala Suburb, 2014.

to 6 September 2020

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Sabotages par Mathieu Van Assche
An exhibition of works by graphic designer, illustrator, engraver and photographer, Mathieu Van Assche, who lives and works in Brussels. Van Assche draws his inspiration from working-class neighborhoods, the sacred imagery, the use of the masks in pagan traditions and even comics.
Les Chiroux, Place des Carmes 8, B-4000 Liège, Belgium

to 20 September 2020

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Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2020
The Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize is an annual award, originated by The Photographers’ Gallery, to recognise and support the most innovative, original and relevant photography-based practice within a given year.
The Photographers’ Gallery, 16 – 18 Ramillies Street
London W1F 7L, UK

Above: Mark Neville, Parade #15, 2019 

to 3 October 2020

Lore Lisbeth Waller in her studio, ca. 1945

Another Eye: Women Refugee Photographers in Britain from 1933
This exhibition celebrates some remarkable women who escaped Nazi persecution and helped to transform Britain’s photography scene. Among the 80,000 refugees escaping anti-Semitic and political persecution were a surprising number of women photographers, who women brought fresh, Modernist perspectives that opened up British photography in the decades that followed. ‘Another Eye’ showcases this group of women, which includes Dorothy Bohm, Edith Tudor-Hart, Elsbeth Juda, Gerti Deutsch, Elisabeth Chat, Laelia Goehr and Erika Koch.
Four Corners, 121 Roman Road, Bethnal Green, London, E2 0QN

Tues–Sat: 11.00–18.00; Thurs 11.00–20.00

to 20 October 2020

Democracy and Its Eagles. National Branding in the Weimar Republic

Democracy and Its Eagles: National Branding in the Weimar Republic
An exhibition exploring the influence of Expressionism and Objective Modernism on the aesthetics of the first German democracy. Drawing from Redslob’s estate, this exhibition traces the decision-making processes, both political and artistic, and examines the conditions and necessities of this period. 
Werkbundarchiv - Museum of Things, Oranienstrasse 25, D-10999 Berlin, Germany

to 1 November 2020

Anja Kaiser, Balance Club Culture Festival, Leipzig 2020,

Anja Kaiser Undisciplined Toolkit: Féminisme et design graphique
Her monographic exhibition ‘Undisciplined Toolkit’ features commissioned and more personal artistic work, all presented by Anja Kaiser as empowerment visuals.
Centre National du Graphisme, 1 Place Émile Goguenheim, 52000 Chaumont, France

Above: Anja Kaiser, Balance Club Culture Festival Poster Leipzig, 2020.

to 3 January 2021


Anette Lenz: à propos
In Lenz’s first large-scale exhibition in Germany, her graphic works transform the spaces into immersive graphic worlds that turn visual communication into a sensual poetic and thought-provoking experience.
Museum Angewandte Kunst, Schaumainkai 17, 60594 Frankfurt, Germany

Tue & Thur to Sun 10 am–6 pm; Wed 10 am–8 pm

Photos: Jan Middendorp.

See ‘Fill the white space’ on the Eye blog.

À propros. Anette Lenz in Frankfurt

to 24 January 2021


Dóra Maurer
Tate Modern, Bankside, London SE1 9TG, UK

Above: Dóra Maurer Relative Quasi Image 1996 © Dóra Maurer Photo: Vintage Galéria / András Bozsó.

to30 April 2021

Tillage: John Newling

Tillage: John Newling
This exhibition features works spanning Newling’s 40 year career, including new work responding to society’s need to evolve in the face of the climate emergency, and living through the global pandemic.
Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft, Lodge Hill Ln, Ditchling, Hassocks BN6 8SP, UK



Ongoing 2020


Langlands and Bell: Degrees of Truth (Online) 
For over four decades, Langlands & Bell’s work has explored the complex web of relationships linking people and architecture and the coded systems of communication and exchange we use to negotiate a fast changing technological world. Their art ranges from film, video and digital media projects to sculpture, installation, and full-scale architecture.
Sir John Soane’s Museum, 13 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3BP, UK


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. 



MODA Online
The Museum of Design Atlanta has launched a range of online classes, workshops and meetups for both young and adult designers, as well as a series of online sessions, titled ‘Drink in Design’, with a range of creatives who will talk you through their work and career paths. 


Ana Mendieta Untitled (Silueta Series, Iowa) 1979

Whitney: Art History from Home
While the Museum is temporarily closed, the Whitney is offering range of online resources and events centred around American art of the twentieth century. 

Above: Ana Mendieta, Untitled (Silueta Series, Iowa), 1979.



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. 



Virtual tour of ‘Léon Spilliaert’
This exhibition showcases some 80 works on paper – from images of Spilliaert’s home town and the coast, to later works capturing the tranquillity of the forest outside Brussels. You can explore these works online in this video tour.

This is an online stream, you can view here.



Poster House: Poster History videos
Videos on New York’s Poster House IGTV are hosted by curator Angelina Lippert. Subjects have included psychedelic posters, Paula Scher’s Public Theater poster and works by Armin Hofmann. 

See ‘Reputations: Paula Scher’ in Eye 77. 


MoMI View from Home

Museum of the Moving Image: View from home
The Museum of the Moving Image are continuing to expand their online releases with titles including Pedro Costa's award-winning Vitalina Varela, the 2020 Academy Award nominee Corpus Christi, and Brett Story's prescient documentary The Hottest August.


Dorothea Lange, Kern County, California, 1938.

Dorothea Lange: Words and Pictures
MoMA’s first major exhibition of Lange’s work in 50 years displays iconic works from its collection, alongside lesser-known photographs, to map Lange’s complex relationship to words. 
The Museum of Modern Art, 11 West 53 Street, New York, NY 10019, US

Above: Dorothea Lange, Kern County, California, 1938.



Warhol at Home
To share the Andy Warhol exhibition at Tate Modern with you, the exhibition’s curators Gregor Muir and Fiontán Moran give a video tour to discuss Warhol through the lens of the immigrant story, his LGBTQI identity and concerns with death and religion. See more about the exhibition here

See ‘Pop justice’ on the Eye blog.

Above: Andy Warhol, Self-Portrait, 1986, 



Letterform Archive Online
The Letterform Archive have made their Online Archive public access. You can now enjoy unprecedented virtual access to nearly 1,500 objects and 9,000 hi-fi images (and counting!) from their collection.

See ‘Access all areas’ by Claire Mason on the Eye blog.

Ongoing 2020


As, Not For
A non-exhaustive historical overview of the work of African American graphic designers, proposed by graphic designer and curator Jerome Harris. This exhibition aims to promote the inclusion of the work of African-American and black graphic designers in the field of design and its mediation, but also to question the omnipresence of white and anti-black aesthetics in this same field.
Les Chiroux, Place des Carmes 8, B-4000 Liège, Belgium

Read Silas Munro’s ‘The critique goes on’ in Eye 100.



TBC 2020


Marine Hugonnier: Travel Posters
A new body of work Marine Hugonnier, ‘Travel Posters’ is a series of
large format images exploring the acclaimed Pan Am advertising campaign designed by Yvan Chermayeff and Tom Geismar in 1971 and photographed by Magnum's photographers. By looking at their appearance on the net and comparing their loss or addition of substance - Hugonnier's work shows how these images, although apparently all similar, are in effect all different.
Ingleby Gallery, 33 Barony St, Edinburgh EH3 6NX, UK

Above: Installation view of the solo exhibition ‘Marine Hugonnier: Travel Posters’, Ingleby, Edinburgh. Photo: John McKenzie.

See Frederico Duarte’s ‘Pan Am’s Helvetica dreamtime’ on the Eye blog and ‘Flight of the imagination’ in Eye 73. 

TBC 2020


Social Revolution: Women's liberation and gay liberation in the 1970s and 80s
An exhibition that marks 50 years since the beginnings of two significant social movements in the UK: the first women’s liberation conference in Oxford and the first UK meeting of the Gay Liberation Front at LSE.
LSE Library, 10 Portugal Street, London WC2A 2HD, UK

TBC 2020

Brochure, The Menstrual Cycle, 1939; Designed by Herbert Bayer

Herbert Bayer: Bauhaus Master
This exhibition follows Herbert Bayer’s role as both student and teacher at the Bauhaus, as well as his illustrious career in the United States following his 1938 emigration.
Cooper Hewitt, 2 East 91st Street (between 5th and Madison Avenues), New York, New York 10128, US

Above: Herbert Bayer, Brochure, The Menstrual Cycle, 1939.

TBC 2020


Most well known for her photomontage, this exhibition explores the diverse range of Linder’s practice. It explores Linder as performance artist, zine-maker, musician, documentary-photographer, collaborator, muse, guru, medium and body-builder.
Kettle’s Yard, University of Cambridge, Castle Street, Cambridge CB3 0AQ, UK

Virtual tour of ‘Lidnerism’ with Curator Amy Tobin. 

Above: Linder, Untitled, 2015.

See ‘Scalpel sharp’, Rick Poynor’s Photo Critique on the Eye site.

TBC 2020


George Him: A Polish Designer for Mid-Century Britain
Spanning George Him’s long and versatile career as both an independent designer and as one half of the prolific Lewitt-Him partnership (1933-1954), the exhibition will include iconic wartime propaganda posters for the Ministries of Food and Information, corporate branding for El Al airlines and adverts for clients like Schweppes, Technicolor, the Post Office and The Times.
House of Illustration, 2 Granary Square, King's Cross, London N1C 4BH, UK

TBC 2020

Kitching in Ditchling

Kitching in Ditchling: The London Series
‘Alan Kitching’s A to Z of London’, Kitching’s new series with Karoline Newman, captures his favourite haunts in the city, marrying the individual letters of the alphabet with its significant buildings, monuments, sports grounds and retailers. The 26 prints will be accompanied by a number of Kitching’s other prints that celebrate the capital.
Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft, William + Margaret Rowling Gallery, Lodge Hill Lane, Ditchling, East Sussex BN6 8SP, UK

TBC 2020

Conroy Maddox - The Lesson

British Surrealism
This major exhibition marks 100 years since the birth of surrealism, championing the British artists that contributed to an iconic movement. See more than 70 eclectic works from 42 artists including Leonora Carrington, Francis Bacon, Henry Moore and Paul Nash as well as lesser known figures such as Marion Adnams, Conroy Maddox, Reuben Mednikoff and Grace Pailthorpe. Exhibition design by Stephen Coates (former Eye art director) and James Hunter.
Dulwich Picture Gallery, Gallery Road, London SE21 7AD, UK

See: Surrealism in Britain: Online Curator Talk

Above: Conroy Maddox, The Lesson, 1938.

TBC 2020

Disruption, Devotion and Distributism

Disruption. Devotion and Distribution
This exhibitions highlights the underlying ideas and beliefs which led artists like Edward Johnston, Hilary Pepler and Eric Gill to Ditchling, and their engagement with and influence on wider debates taking place nationally and internationally in the early 20th century. The exhibition pulls at the Guild’s core principles – a resistance to industrialisation and city-living, their devout Catholicism and a commitment to Distributism, a political movement that championed individual land ownership in rural communities.
Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft, Lodge Hill Ln, Ditchling, Hassocks BN6 8SP, UK

TBC 2020

Maureen Scott, Mother and Child at Breaking Point (1970)

The Four Ages of Woman
Diverse representations of women’s mental health and life experiences across childhood, youth, middle age and old age, including work by Madge Gill, Anna Kavan, Bibi Herrera, Imma Maddox, Cynthia Pell and Maureen Scott.
Bethlem Museum of the Mind, Bethlem Royal Hospital, Monks Orchard Road, Beckenham, Kent BR3 3BX, UK

Above. Maureen Scott, Mother and Child at Breaking Point (1970).

TBC 2020

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New Old: Designing for our Future Selves
This exhibition examines how innovation and design can reimagine how we live the later stages of our lives. Set against a backdrop of radical demographic change, the exhibition looks at how design can help people lead fuller, healthier and more rewarding lives into old age, asking the question: how can designers meet the challenge of a rapidly ageing society?
Pratt Manhattan Gallery, 144 West 14th Street, New York, NY 10011, US

Above: Yves Béhar, Superflex Aura Power Suit, 2017. 

TBC 2020


Mga Mumu, Multo, at Maskara – Lydia Ortiz
Max Occupancy . (a gallery operated out of the stairwell of San Francisco design studio Volume Inc.) Fridays 12-5pm (Ring bell for entry).
725 Filbert Street San Francisco, CA 94133 US

Above: Lydia Ortiz, Oops.

TBC 2020

Photography's Last Century

Photography’s Last Century: The Ann Tenenbaum and Thomas H. Lee Collection
This exhibition will celebrate the remarkable ascendancy of photography in the last century, and Ann Tenenbaum and Thomas H. Lee's magnificent promised gift of over sixty extraordinary photographs in honor of The Met's 150th anniversary in 2020.
The Met Fifth Avenue, 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10028, US

TBC 2020—21


Op Art in Focus
Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool L3 4BB, UK

Above: Walter Leblanc, Mobilo Static, 1960 © Estate of Walter Leblanc.

Ongoing 2020

Schaukelwagen (“Rocking Car”), design: Hans Brockhage, manufacturer: Siegfried Lenz, Berggießhübel bei Pirna, 1950

Everyday Life: GDR
Dokumentationszentrum Alltagskultur der DDR, Erich-Weinert-Allee 3
15890 Eisenhüttenstadt, Germany

Ongoing 2020


Scenes from the Collection
The Jewish Museum, 1109 5th Ave at 92nd St, New York, NY 10128, US

Above: Mel Bochner, The Joys of Yiddish, 2012. Courtesy: The Jewish Museum, New York.

TBC 2020


Working Together: The Photographers of the Kamoinge Workshop
Whitney Museum of American Art, 99 Gansevoort Street, New York, NY 10014, US

Above. Anthony Barboza, Kamoinge Portrait, 1973. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Eric and Jeanette Lipman Fund. © Anthony Barboza.





20 August 2020 — 14 February 2021


The Sleeping Giant: Posters & The Chinese Economy
An exhibition exploring China’s economic relationship with the world through poster design.
Poster House, 119 W. 23rd Street, New York, NY 10011, US

Above: Yang Jiabao & Cai Sheng, Cultural Revolution Glows, 1972

20 August 2020 — 14 February 2021

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The Swiss Grid
The Swiss Grid explores the development and impact of the International Typographic Style, considered one of the most important movements in graphic design history, through a selection of posters and ephemera.
Poster House, 119 W. 23rd Street, New York, NY 10011, US

Above: Karl Gerstner & Markus Kutter, Citroën, 1958




5 September 2020 — 31 January 2021

Sadik Alfraji, Sing like the Southerners Do, 2019, sound-drawing installation. Courtesy the artist.

In the Presence of Absence
In the Presence of Absence shows a selection of artworks and design projects that challenge the idea of collective knowledge and public consciousness through stories that remain unseen, have been ignored or may be told more often within large public institutions.
Stedelijk Museum, Museumplein 10, 1071 DJ, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Above: Sadik Alfraji, Sing like the Southerners Do, 2019.

8 September 2020


Type Tuesday

Come to Eye’s quarterly event about type, graphic design and visual culture. Speakers, presentations, films, panel discussions and a chance to chat with friends and buy rare bargain back issues of Eye magazine.

6.30 for 7pm start at Bridewell Hall, St Bride Printing Library, 14 Bride Lane, Fleet Street, London EC4Y 8EQ

Tickets £8-£12.50. All profits support the St Bride Foundation.

12—20 September 2020

24—26 September 2020


OFFF Barcelona 2020

POSTPONED FROM 23-25 April 2020

30 September 2020 — 17 January 2021

Fondation Dubuffet, Paysage aux Argus

Jean Dubuffet
Spanning more than four decades in the studio, this exhibition brings together powerful work by the French artist Jean Dubuffet (1901-1985). This show is the first in the UK in more than 50 years, highlighting Dubuffet’s radicalism as he experimented with materials.
Barbican Centre, Silk Street, London EC2Y 8DS, UK

Above: Jean Dubuffet, Paysage aux Argus (Landscape with Argus, 1955. Courtesy of Fondation Dubuffet, Paris. 



23 — 24 October 2020

Anticipadas Conferencias Online

Blanc! N.12
An online festival of design, featuring Vince Frost, Yarza Twins, Anton & Irene, Mark Brooks, Blo que, Tres tipos gráficos, Hey, Belén Torregrosa, Jesús Gallent, and Gris o la ‘Mestre’ Toni Miserachs. 

Access to streaming will be limited to 150 places, and virtual tickets purchased before July 31 will be discounted. Tickets can be purchased here

28 October 2020 — 21 February 2021


Jasper Johns: Mind/Mirror
Filling almost 30,000 combined square feet across the two venues, the exhibition will contain nearly 500 works. It is the most comprehensive exhibition ever devoted to Johns, creating an opportunity to highlight not only his well-known masterpieces but also many works that have never been exhibited publicly. Conceived around the principles of mirroring and doubling that have long been a focus of the artist’s work, this two-part exhibition, which follows a loose chronological order from the 1950s to the present, offers an innovative curatorial model for a monographic survey.
Whitney Museum of American Art, 99 Gansevoort Street, New York, NY 10014, US
Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19130, US

Above: Jasper Johns, Summer, 1985



12—14 November 2020

AIGA Design Conference 2020 [postponed from March/April]
AIGA’s annual conference, chaired by Richard Ting. The conference includes workshops, portfolio reviews and host of speakers including Giorgia Lupi, David Carroll and Rumman Chowdhury.
David L. Lawrence Convention Center, 1000 Fort Duquesne Blvd
Pittsburgh, PA 15222, US

Tickets available here

24 November 2020

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Type Tuesday
Come to Eye’s quarterly event about type, graphic design and visual culture. Speakers, presentations, films, panel discussions and a chance to chat with friends and buy rare bargain back issues of Eye magazine.

6.30 for 7pm start at Bridewell Hall, St Bride Printing Library, 14 Bride Lane, Fleet Street, London EC4Y 8EQ

Tickets £8-£12.50. All profits support the St Bride Foundation.



3—7 December 2020

Addis Foto Fest, sixth edition
The Addis Foto Fest (AFF) was established in 2010 by award-winning photographer and cultural entrepreneur, Aida Muluneh. The festival is organised by Desta for Africa Creative Consulting PLC. AFF is a biennial international photography festival held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. It has previously featured exhibitions, portfolio reviews, conferences, projections and film screenings in many different renowned venues. It is also the first and only international photography festival in East Africa.



22 Jan 2021 — 20 Jun 2021


AI: More than Human
Explored through prominent and cutting-edge research projects, and special commissions and projects by international artists, ‘AI: More than Human’ is an unprecedented survey of the relationship between humans and technology.
World Museum, William Brown St, Liverpool L3 8EL UK

See ‘Thinking machine’, Darryl Clifton’s review of AI: More Than Human  in Eye 99.

Above: Justine Emard, Co(AI)xistence, 2017, video installation, with Mirai Moriyama & Alter (developed by Ishiguro lab, Osaka University and Ikegami Lab, Tokyo University), © Justine Emard / Adagp, Paris 2018.


APRIL 2021

20—30 April 2021

DRUPA: Embrace the Future

Düsseldorf Exhibition Centre, D-40474 Düsseldorf, Am Staad (Stockumer Höfe), Germany