13 December 2018 — 14 February 2019

209 women

209 Women
This landmark exhibition features portraits of 209 female MPs in UK parliament, photographed by 209 female photographers. It coincides with the centenary of the first election where women could cast a vote, and one hundred years after women gained the right to sit in Parliament as MPs.
Portcullis House, 1 Parliament St, Westminster, London SW1A 2JR

Above: Tulip Siddiq, MP for Hampstead and Kilburn, by Jillian Edelstein

to 15 December 2018

David Osbaldeston, Janus, 2018

The Serving Library v David Osbaldeston
An exhibition that brings together The Serving Library’s collection of 100 plus framed objects, including record sleeves, watercolours, drawings, a car number place and a Ouija board, with a new work by David Osbaldeston.
Bonington Gallery, Nottingham Trent University, Bonington building, Dryden Street, Nottingham NG1 4GG, UK

Mon–Fri 10 am–5 pm; Sat 11 am–3 pm

Above: David Osbaldeston, Janus, 2018.

to 15 December 2018


The Master Series: Roz Chast
The School of Visual Arts celebrates the career of illustrator Roz Chast.  Her cartoons, known for their nervous sense of humour and energetic style, will be showcased with selections from over 20 books, a hand drawn mural, hooked rugs, amongst others. Free admission and open to all.

SVA Chelsea Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor, New York



to 17 December 2018

Chris Hondros. Joseph Duo, a Liberian militia commander loyal to the government, exults after firing a rocket-propelled grenade at rebel forces at a key strategic bridge in Monrovia. 2003. © Chris Hondros / Getty Images

War and Peace in Liberia: Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros
An exhibition of photographs by Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros, documenting the Second Liberian Civil War (1999-2003) in Liberia. Together, these two photographers alerted the world to Liberia’s humanitarian disaster and helped to build the international momentum which resulted in the deployment of a United Nations peacekeeping mission that brought the war to a close.
Bronx Documentary Center, 614 Courtlandt Avenue, Bronx, NY 10451, US

Above: Chris Hondros, Joseph Duo, a Liberian militia commander loyal to the government, exults after firing a rocket-propelled grenade at rebel forces at a key strategic bridge in Monrovia. 2003. © Chris Hondros / Getty Images.

to 19 December 2018

to 20 December 2018

schifano_compagni_compagni_1968_1_enamel-and-spray-on-canvas-and-perspex_160x140cmMario Schifano: Compagni, Compagni 1968
An exhibition of Mario Schifano’s political series Compagni, Compagni (Comrades, Comrades) 1968.   
The Mayor Gallery, 21 Cork Street, London W1S 3LZ, UK

Above: Mario Schifano, Compagni, Compagni 1968.

to 21 December 2018

Adam Dant

A journey to the heart of East London
City maps by Shoreditch artist Adam Dant's are presented in an exhibition at Rich Mix, situated in London's East End. Dant's intricate and highly imaginative drawings form maps that depict the neighbourhood according to the dreams of its inhabitants.

Rich Mix, 35-47 Bethnal Green Rd, London E1 6LA

to 24 December 2018


An exhibition of children’s wordless picturebooks from the collection of Clare Walters.
The Story of Books, 20 Castle Street, Hay-on-Wye HR3 5DF, UK
Please contact Emma Balch on 07879 373431 or via for opening times.

See ‘Told in pictures’ in Eye 85.

to 24 December 2018

Mostra SUBTLE” - Photo by amanagroup

Subtle: Delicate or Infinitesimal
Curated by Kenya Hara, Chief Creative Director for the global Japan House project, the ‘Subtle’ exhibition explores the influence of Japanese minimalism and includes work from disciplines such as art, animation, architecture, fashion, graphic design and literature. 
Japan House London, 101-111 Kensington High Street, London W8 5SA, UK

AboveMostra Subtle. Photo by amanagroup. 

to 30 December 2018

Kenneth Josephson, Chicago, 1972. Photo: Nathan Keay © MCA Chicago.

Picture Fiction: Kenneth Josephson and Contemporary Photography
Drawn largely from the MCA’s permanent collection, Picture Fiction: Kenneth Josephson and Contemporary Photography considers the artist’s work in the larger context of conceptual art.
MCA Chicago, 220 E Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL 60611, UK

Above: Kenneth Josephson, Chicago, 1972. © MCA Chicago.

to 5 January 2019

Vivian Maier

Vivian Maier: The Color Work
Coinciding with a publication, Vivian Maier: The Color Work showcases the work of street photographer Vivian Maier from the 1950s to 1980s. The exhibition, and book, captures the street life of Chicago and New York and includes a number of enigmatic self-portraits.

Howard Greenberg Gallery, The Fuller Building, 41 East 57th Street, Suite 1406, New York

Above: Vivian Maier, Untitled, May 1958.

See ‘Who’s that girl?’ on the Eye blog.

to 5 January 2018

Anni Albers

Anni Albers
Highlights from the printmaking career of Anni Albers (1899-1994).
Alan Cristea Gallery Print Project Space, 43 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5JG, UK

Above: Anni Albers, Camino Real, 1967.

to 6 January 2019

to 6 January 2019


Amsterdam, The Magic Centre: Art And Counter Culture 1967-1970
An exhibition surveying the artistic and social developments of the late Sixties, a period synonymous with protest and rebellion. The exhibition explores Amsterdam’s position as a ‘vibrant international hub and laboratory’ for transnational visual culture. 
Stedelijk Museum, 10 Museumplein, 1071 DJ Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Above: Cover of Gandalf, volume 6 1969/70, no 40. Photo: Studio Gandalf. Collection Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

to 6 January 2019

Books and texts of the Red Army Faction and its members © German Museum of Books and Writing

Symbols as Weapons: by the Example of the Red Army Faction’s Insignia
Using the emblem of the Red Army Faction – a five-pointed star, a submachine gun and the three letters – as a central example, this exhibition explores how terrorist groups use symbols, texts, and media as weapons to force political action. 
German National Library, Deutscher Pl, 104103 Leipzig, Germany

Above: Books and texts of the Red Army Faction and its members © German Museum of Books and Writing.

to 6 January 2019

Made thought

Beazley Designs of the Year 2018
Every year since 2008 hundreds of design experts from around the world nominate the most innovative designs from the past 12 months. Experience up close this year’s 87 nominated projects across fashion, architecture, digital, transport, product and graphic design.
The Design Museum, 224-238 Kensington High Street, London W8 6AG, UK

to 6 January 2019

Metahaven, Still from Eurasia (Questions on Happiness), 2018. © Metahaven

Metahaven: Version History 
Co-commissioned and produced by the ICA, ‘Version History’ is a moving-image installation that centres around Metahaven’s latest work, Eurasia (Questions of Happiness). Incorporating features of science fiction, poetry, essays and folk tales, this work examines ‘neo-medieval interface politics’ and the political and cultural forces that destabilise concepts of objective reality. Eurasia will be shown alongside Metahaven’s recent films Information Skies and Hometown.
Institute of Contemporary Arts, The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH, UK

Above: Metahaven, Still from Eurasia (Questions on Happiness), 2018. © Metahaven.

See: ‘Borderline’ in Eye 71.

to 6 January 2019

Vasantha Yogananthan Father and Sons and Lovebird, from the series A Myth of Two Souls.

Vasantha Yogananthan: A Myth of Two Souls
An exhibition by the French photographer Vasantha Yogananthan. Titled ‘A Myth of Two Souls’, this ongoing collection of analogue images are inspired by the Indian legend of the Ramayana. 
The Photographers’ Gallery, 16-18 Ramillies Street, London W1F 7LW, UK

Above: Vasantha Yogananthan, Father and Sons (left) and Lovebird, from the series ‘A Myth of Two Souls’. © Vasantha Yogananthan

to 6 January 2019


Made Thought: Plastic Free Aisle Installation
Developed by London design studio Made Thought in conjunction with environmental campaign group A Plastic Planet, the installation offers a glimpse of a plastic free future for grocery shopping. It forms part of the Design Museum’s Beazley Designs of The Year 2018 exhibition, featuring 87 nominees celebrating innovative and thought-provoking design from around the world.
Design Museum, 224 - 238 Kensington High Street, London W8 6AG, UK

See ‘Living and decaying in the plastic age’ in Eye 94.

to 7 January 2019

Printing R-Evolution and Society, 1450-1500
An exhibition documenting the impact of the printing revolution on the economic and social development of early modern Europe. Coordinated by the University of Oxford’s 15cBooktrade project, and curated by the project’s director Cristina Dondi. 
Museo Correr, 52 San Marco, 30124 Venice, Italy

to 13 January 2019

Pieter Bruegel der Ältere

Pieter Bruegel der Ältere
Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien Maria-Theresien-Platz, 1010 Vienna, Austria

to 13 January 2019

Elmgreen & Dragset, Pregnant White Maid, 2017 (detail). Aluminum, stainless steel, lacquer, clothes, 168 x 45 x 66 cm. Courtesy of Galerie Perrotin Photo: Elmar Vestner

Elmgreen & Dragset: This Is How We Bite Our Tongue
The first major UK overview of the artist duo Elmgreen & Dragset. Combining a large-scale, site-specific installation with six new sculptures and 29 works that span the duo’s twenty years of collaboration. 
Whitechapel Gallery, 77-82 Whitechapel High St, London E1 7QX, UK

Above: Elmgreen & Dragset, Pregnant White Maid, 2017 (detail). Courtesy of Galerie Perrotin. Photo: Elmar Vestner. 

to 20 January 2019


Wes Anderson & Juman Malouf
Kunsthistorisches Museum, Wien Maria-Theresien-Platz, 1010 Vienna, Austria

to 27 January 2019

Pierre Faucheux

Pierre Faucheux, Reading Spaces, Reading Spaces
A chance to discover the work of Pierre Faucheux, one of the great design figures of France in the second half of the twentieth century. 
Le Signe National Center for Graphic Design, 52000 Chaumont, France

Above: Sample of works by Pierre Faucheux.

to 27 January 2019

Modern Couples

Modern Couples: Art, Intimacy and the Avant-Garde
An exhibition that explores modern art, and modern love, across painting, sculpture, photography, design and literature.
Barbican Centre, Silk Street, London EC2Y 8DS, UK 

Above: Photographer unknown, A. Rodchenko and V. Stepanova descending from the airplane. (for the film The General Line by Sergei Eisenstein), 1926. Courtesy Rodchenko and Stepanova Archives, Moscow.

to 27 January 2019


Fashioned From Nature
Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL, UK

Above: Suit, Richard James, 1998, England. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

to 27 January 2019

Quentin Blake, Oil paint on canvas, 1980s. © Quentin Blake.

100 Figures: The Unseen Art of Quentin Blake
An exhibition figurative art by renowned illustrator Quentin Blake, revealing his personal experimentation with material, form and style. The exhibition features a variety of large-scale oil paintings, drawings and prints created between 1950 and 2000. 
House of Illustration, 2 Granary Square, Kings Cross, London N1C4BH, UK

Above: Quentin Blake, Oil paint on canvas, 1980s. © Quentin Blake.

to January 2019


Poster Girls
London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Piazza, London WC2E 7BB, UK

to 3 February 2019

Social Design

Social Design 
Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, Toni-Areal, Pfingstweidstrasse 96, Zürich, Switzerland

to 3 February 2019


Alexan­der von Hum­boldt: Pho­tog­ra­phy and Le­ga­cy
Museum Ludwig, Heinrich-Böll-Platz, 50667 Cologne, Germany

Above: Paul de Rosti, Mexiko [Mexico](from the album Aufnahmen aus Mexiko und Venezuela 1857–1858 [Photographs from Mexico and Venezuela 1857–1858], gift to Alexander von Humboldt, 1858), 1857/1858. Museum Ludwig, Cologne. Reproduction: Rheinisches Bildarchiv Köln / Cologne.

to 8 February 2019

Martin_Parr beach therapy

Martin Parr: Beach Therapy
Spazio Damiani, Via dello Scalo, Bologna, 3/2 ABC 40131, Italy

Above: Martin ParrSt Ives, Cornwall, England, photographic pigment print.

to 10 February 2019


La Raza
The exhibition examines the photography of the influential bilingual newspaper La Raza (1967-1977) and the alternative press of the Chicano Movement, positioning photography as an artistic medium and a powerful tool of social activism.
The Autry Museum in Griffith Park, 4700 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles, CA 90027-1462, US

Above: Police in front of Lincoln High School, East L.A. c. 1970. La Raza Newspaper & Magazine Records. Coll. 1000. Courtesy of the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center.

to 10 February 2019


JR: Momentum, La mécanique de l’épreuve
Maison Européenne de la Photographie, 5/7 Rue de fourcy - 75 004 Paris, France

Above: JR, 28 Millimètres, Portrait d’une génération, B11, destruction #2, Montfermeil, France, 2013 © JR-ART.NET.

to 10 February 2019


25 Years! Shared Histories, Shared Stories
Fotomuseum Winterthur, Grüzenstrasse 44 + 45, CH-8400 Winterthur, Switzerland

Above: Aneta Grzeszykowska & Jan Smaga, from Acrobat Book, 2008.

to 17 February 2019

heath robinson

Heath Robinson’s Home Life
An exhibition looking at Heath Robinson’s work themed around home life, featuring How to Live in a Flat, the first of his series of “How to…” books.
Heath Robinson Museum, Pinner Memorial Park, 50 West End Lane, Pinner, London HA5 1AE, UK

Above: Heath Robinson, Communal Eurythmics and physical jerks for flat dwellers on Saturday afternoons

to 23 February 2019

Willy Ronis La Nuit au Chalet, 1935 © Estate of Willy Ronis, Courtesy Peter Fetterman Gallery

Toujours Paris
Santa Monica’s Peter Fetterman Gallery hosts an exhibition of photographic works from the 1930s French Humanist movement. ‘Toujours Paris’ includes work from Henri Cartier-Bresson, Louis Stettner, Willy Ronis, and Martine Franck, among others. 
Peter Fetterman Gallery, 2525 Michigan Avenue Gallery A1, Santa Monica, CA 90404, US

Above: Willy Ronis, La Nuit au Chalet, 1935. Courtesy Peter Fetterman Gallery. 

to 24 February 2019

Vox the Dog + Blizzard Games

Videogames: Design/Play/Disrupt
Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL, UK

to 24 February 2019

Metahaven, The Sprawl (Propaganda about Propaganda), still, 2015. Courtesy Metahaven.

Metahaven: Earth
The first large-scale museum survey of Dutch design practice Metahaven,  bringing together the collective’s new moving image installations with their earlier work on music videos, textiles and print.
Stedelijk Museum, 10 Museumplein, 1071 DJ Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Above: Metahaven, The Sprawl (Propaganda about Propaganda), still, 2015. Courtesy Metahaven.

to 24 February 2019

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Lily van der Stokker: Friendly Good
Stedelijk Museum, Museumplein 10, Amsterdam 1071 DJ, The Netherlands  

Above: Lily van der Stokker, The Tidy Kitchen (detail), 2015, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, US.

to 28 February 2019


C. R. McBerny
A collaborative exhibition that explores how contemporary painting, performance and writing might produce overtly emotional and demonstrative forms of discourse between communities of artists and writers in Berlin, New York and Manchester.
Manchester Central Library, St Peter’s Square, Manchester, M2 5PD, UK

to 3 March 2019

Tony Ray Jones, Pepys Estate, Deptford, London: children playing on a raised walkway, 1970. Credit Tony Ray-Jones/RIBA Collections

Living with Buildings
Including works from Andreas Gursky, Rachel Whiteread and Giles Round, the Wellcome Collection’s first multi-story exhibition addresses how shifts in urban design and planning have impacted on human health and wellbeing. From Dickensian slums to Ballardian high-rises, Living with Buildings considers the perspectives of those who use buildings to live in and heal, as well as those who design them.
Wellcome Collection, 183 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE, UK

Above: Tony Ray Jones, Pepys Estate, Deptford, London: children playing on a raised walkway, 1970. © Tony Ray-Jones/RIBA Collections.

to 10 March 2019

barbershop-credit-olivier-kuglerJourneys Drawn: Illustration from the Refugee Crisis 
The UK’s first exhibition exploring the refugee crisis through illustration.
House of Illustration, 2 Granary Square, King’s Cross, London N1C 4BH, UK

Above: Olivier KuglerBarbershop.
See ‘Olivier Kugler: bearing witness in Eye 93. 

to 17 March 2019

Robert Blomfield, Childhood Friends, Edinburgh, 1966. © Robert Blomfield.

Robert Blomfield: Edinburgh Street Photography
An exhibition of previously unseen Robert Blomfield photographs that document the shifting landscape of Edinburgh in the 1960s. 
City Art Centre, 2 Market Street, Edinburgh EH1 1DE, UK

Above: Robert Blomfield, Childhood Friends, Edinburgh, 1966. © Robert Blomfield.

to 17 March 2019

Josef Frank, Anakreon. Textile print for Svenkst Tenn, 1938 © Svenkst Tenn, Sweden.

Josef Frank
An exhibition of work by Austrian-born architect and designer Josef Frank. Spanning his work in the fields of architecture, urban planning, furniture and textile design; ‘Josef Frank’ investigates the designer’s defining contribution to concepts of postwar Nordic design. Curated by Sebastian Hackenschmidt and architect Hermann Czech, this exhibition is the largest overview of Josef Frank’s work produced to date.
Designmuseo, 23 Korkeavuorenkatu, 00130 Helsinki, Finland

Above: Josef Frank, Anakreon. Textile print for Svenkst Tenn, 1938 © Svenkst Tenn, Sweden.

to 17 March 2019

Fernand Léger, Study for 'The Constructors' The Team at Rest 1950

Fernand Léger: New Times, New Pleasures
A major exhibition on the work of French painter and filmmaker Fernand Léger. Working throughout the first half of the twentieth-century, Léger drew inspiration from the emergent forms of the ‘mechanical age’. Forms such as typography, advertising and graphic design.
Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool L3 4BB, UK

Above: Fernand Léger, Study for 'The Constructors' The Team at Rest 1950. © ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2018. Photo: Antonia Reeve.

to 23 March 2019

Playing with scale

Playing with Scale: How Stage Designers Use Set Models
An exhibition that unfolds the idea of a scale model and explains the importance of models as a design tool.
Wolfson Gallery, Olivier Theatre cloakroom level, National Theatre, Upper Ground, South Bank, London SE1 9PX

to 31 March 2019

Sagmeister and Walsh—Beauty

Sagmeister & Walsh: Beauty
Divided into six thematic areas, that include ‘What Is Beauty?’, ‘The History of Beauty’and ‘Transforming Beauty’, this exhibition displays some 70 groups of objects that encourage a discourse on beauty as the paradigm of high quality design. 
MAK, Stubenring 5, 1010 Vienna, Austria 

Above: MAK exhibition view, Sagmeister & Walsh: Beauty (rendering), 2018 © Sagmeister & Walsh, MAK/Mona Heiß.

to 31 March 2019


Ulla von Brandenburg: Sweet Feast
In 1973 an enticing exhibition featuring hundreds of types of sweets was staged to celebrate the UK’s entry to the European Common Market. It was brought to an abrupt end when it was unexpectedly eaten by local schoolchildren. This year the extraordinary event is recreated against a background of Britain’s impending departure from the European Union.
Whitechapel Gallery, 77-82 Whitechapel High St, London E1 7QX, UK

to 14 April 2019

3d typefaces

3D Lettering on Buildings
Museum für Gestaltung Zürich Toni-Areal, Pfingstweidstrasse 96,
Zurich 8031, Switzerland

to 28 April 2019


Design Studio: Processes
Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, Toni-Areal, Pfingstweidstrasse 96, Zurich 8031, Switzerland

to 28 April 2019

Max Gill, Cable & Wireless Great Circle Map (1945), Private collection. Courtesy Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft

Max Gill: Wonderground Man
An exhibition devoted to the work of illustrator, letterer, map maker, architect and decorative artist MacDonald (Max) Gill. Born in 1884, Gill’s work includes book covers, posters for transport and communication companies and his 1914 Wonderground Map, which hung at every London Underground Station. 
Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft, Lodge Hill Lane, Ditchling, East Sussex BN6 8SP, UK

Above: Max Gill, Cable & Wireless Great Circle Map (1945), Private collection. Courtesy Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft.

to Spring 2019

Freedom of Movement

Municipal Art Acquisitions 2018: Freedom of Movement
‘Freedom of Movement’ is the theme for the Municipal Art Acquisitions 2018 exhibition. Bringing together 20 selected artists to explore notions of political agency within the field of time-based media – through film, video, performance, dance, theatre, new media, sound and internet art.
Stedelijk Museum, 10 Museumplein, 1071 DJ Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Above: Basit Mahmood, Monument of Arrival and Return, 2016. Video installation, 9:36 minutes, courtesy the artist.

to 12 May 2019

Maud Sulter - Terpsichore

In Focus: Scottish Photography
City Art Centre, 2 Market Street, Edinburgh EH1 1DE, UK

Above: Maud Sulter, Terpsichore, 1989. © Maud Sulter / The Estate of Maud Sulter (Photo: Street Level Photoworks).

to 2 June 2019


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

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

to 30 June 2019


Vernissage with Christoph Niemann: Szenenwechsel
Christoph Niemann’s series of photo drawings for the 2018 / 2019 season campaign of Deutsche Oper can be viewed in their foyer. The show is only open to those seeing an Opera performance.
Deutsche Oper Berlin, Bismarckstraße 35, 10627 Berlin, Germany

See ‘Storytelling giant’ in the Eye 72.

to 31 December 2019


Poster Stories
Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, Ausstellungsstrasse 60, 8031 Zurich, Switzerland

ongoing 2017-2019

Charles Demuth (1883‑1935), Buildings, Lancaster, 1930. Oil and graphite pencil on composition board, 24 1/8 × 20 1/8in. (61.3 × 51.1 cm). Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; gift of an anonymous donor 58.63

Where We Are: Selections from the Whitney’s Collection, 1900–1960
Whitney Museum of American Art, 99 Gansevoort Street, New York, NY 10014, US

Above: Charles Demuth (1883‑1935), Buildings, Lancaster, 1930. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

ongoing 2018-2019


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.





17 January 2019

In/Visible Talks

In/Visible Conference
A conference for designers and creative thinkers working across a range of mediums to engage in conversation about the art of design. 
The Pearl, 601 19th St, San Francisco, CA 94107, US



5 February — 6 May 2019


Don McCullin
A comprehensive survey of British photographer Don McCullin. Including iconic photographs from wars in Vietnam, Northern Ireland, and Syria, alongside images of the working classes in London’s East End and the industrial north.
Tate Britain, Millbank, London SW1P 4RG, UK 

Above: Don McCullin, Near Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin 1961. Tate. © Don McCullin.


MARCH 2019

5 — 7 March 2019

Brainstorm Design Conference 2019
A conference exploring the increasingly crucial nexus between design and business. Established in 2018, with guests such as the Museum of Modern Art’s Paola Antonelli and design critic Alice Rawsthorn, Brainstorm Design is the latest addition to Fortune’s Brainstorm conference series. This year’s conference is hosted in Singapore as part of Singapore Design Week. 

Register here


APRIL 2019

11 — 13 April 2019

ING Creative Festival 2019
Conference speakers include Pentagram’s Natasha Jen, Marta Cerdà, Kristyan Sarkis and Marvel’s Josh Herman.
Dubai, UAE

11 April — 15 September 2019

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Smoke and Mirrors: The psychology of magic
a major new exhibition at Wellcome Collection, is the first ever to focus on the relationship between magic and psychology.
Wellcome Collection, 183 Euston Rd, London NW1 2BE, UK

Above: Image from the Harry Price Library of Magical Literature, Senate House Library, University of London.

26 April — 17 September 2019

Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, directed by Stanley Kubrick (1963-64; GB/United States). The Conference table in the War Room. Still image. © Sony/Columbia Pictures Industries Inc.

Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition
An insight into director Stanley Kubrick’s vast archive of props, costumes, set models and rare photographs. The exhibition will also trace the design story behind Kubrick’s work and his fascination with design and architecture, including his collaborations with Hardy Amies, Eliot Noyes, Milena Canonero and Saul Bass. 
The Design Museum, 224-238 Kensington High St, Kensington, London W8 6AG, UK

Above: Still from Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, directed by Stanley Kubrick, 1964. © Sony/Columbia Pictures Industries Inc.


MAY 2019


JUNE 2019

5 — 7 June 2019

Kerning Conference 2019

Kerning: International Conference on Typography 2019
Italy’s annual conference on typography and web typography. This year, centred around the theme of ‘wor(l)ds’, Kerning will feature 8 speakers, 8 ‘masters of industry’, and will cover a range of topics within typography and digital communication. 
Cinema Teatro Santi, 10 Via Scaletta, Faenza 1048018, Italy

Tickets available here