We told you last October (opens in new tab) how East-London Kemistry Gallery (opens in new tab) has committed to becoming the UK's first public gallery dedicated to exploring the history and future of graphic design.
They're still seeking premises for that, but in the meantime, tomorrow they're opening a major pop-up exhibition ‘Kemistry Gallery: 100 Years of Graphic Design’ at Shoreditch’s Protein Studios, 31 New Inn Yard, London EC2A 3EY.
'Kemistry Gallery: 100 Years of Graphic Design' is both a retrospective of the first decade of Kemistry exhibitions, and a Kemistry-curated tour of a century of design art. It has been funded through a £15,000 commitment from Arts Council England and over £16,000 pledged by nearly 600 supporters on Kickstarter.
There will also be a series of three talks on design history and practice, involving some of the leading current practitioners and experts in the field. The exhibition will be open from tomorrow until 15 March from 10am-6pm, Mon-Fri, and 10am-5pm Sat-Sun.
You can find full details of the show at the Kemistry Gallery website (opens in new tab).
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