design exhibitions

Festival of Britain artist's view

The Festival of Britain (FOB) was seen both as a public morale booster and an opportunity to remind the world of Britain’s contribution to civilisation, history, and technological development in the past, present, and future. It took place on the South Bank of the River Thames. The Council of Industrial Design (COID) provided an essential stage for promoting well-designed British products in its national push for economic recovery in the post-Second World War era, especially on the main South Bank, London, more specifically in terms of design.Read More →

The exhibition is titled after Albers’ last series before his death, and consists of silkscreen prints rather than paintings. Those familiar with Albers’ work will take immediate notice of Albers’ colorful square compositions, as well as a few black and white geometric compositions. Read More →