Opening this week at the Royal Academy in London, Abstract Expressionism is the first major survey since 1959 of this dynamic period in American Art.
We designed the exhibition, working with architects Carmody Groarke. The interpretation texts and captions display a quiet simplicity, with type set in a geometric German sans serif, and captions printed onto heavily textured Japanese Takeo card stock.
Incorporating works by Pollock, Rothko, Still, de Kooning, Newman, Kline, Smith, Guston and Gorky, the exhibition takes over the galleries of the Royal Academy, and celebrates the movement’s scale, vitality and impact. Alongside painting, the exhibition also includes photography and sculpture, and acknowledges the lesser-known figures who contributed to the development of the movement.
Abstract Expressionism opens to the public on 24 September 2016 and runs until 2 January 2017. For visitor information, click here.