This years Exhibition Reviews Annual is now online! This years prize winners include Laura Oldfield Ford, Mengxi Yao and Peter Lunenfield.
Our London office has moved to Bermondsey. We are excited to be part of the Sugarhouse community.
Launching our latest publication for the Imagine Moscow exhibition at the Design Museum. Can’t wait to see the 1:1 replica of Stalin’s finger.
After a year in progress, we are delighted to announce the launch of the derekwilliamstrust.org. The trust has an amazing collection of post-19th Century fine and applied art, now available for your viewing online.
We are super excited to hear that our publicaton Dear Love Who Should Have Been… Marie Jacotey has been selected for Kaleid Editions editions’ annual artist publication collection.
PaperWork magazine, designed and art directed by us, has been featured in the new Thames & Hudson’s book MIN: The New Simplicity in Graphic Design, written by Stuart Tolley. The book is ' the first concise look at the rebirth of minimalism in graphic design.' Turn to page 118 :)
We will be taking part in the Cultural Traffic Print Publishing Arts Fair during the Frieze weekend, 7-8th of October 2016. The fair will be held at the London's Old Truman Brewery. We hope to see you there!
The launch of our latest project, Exhibition Reviews Annual 2015-2016 for the International Awards of Art Criticism, will launch in China this month. We are happy to see the project in print as well as on the online platform. Take a look here
No Randomness is still touring! This time to Poland, for the Lodz Design Festival ( 13th – 23rd of October ). No Randomness was originally comissioned by Cite du Design for the Biennale Internationale Design Saint-Etienne 2015, and has travelled to Estonia, Belgium, Poland, with future destinations to come...
We were invited by Mairie de Paris and the Swedish Embassy to represent Sweden for the collective artwork at the bank of the Seine during the Euro Cup this summer. Sadly just a couple of days after the Fresco was made, Paris was caused with the highest flooding since 1910 and the banks of Seine was below the water level, so was the fresco!