3 March 2020
Head down to Eye Magazine’s Type Tuesday in March for a chance to hear all about exhibition design from Marina Willer—who has worked with Tate, the Barbican and the Design Museum.
Pentagram partner Marina Willer has a portfolio that embraces identity design (for Tate and architect Richard Rogers) film-making (Red Trees) and exhibition design. She has recently masterminded several popular, visually rich exhibitions, including the Barbican’s ‘Mangasia: Wonderlands of Asian Comics’, an exhibition by her compatriot João Farkas at the Brazilian Embassy plus ‘Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition’ and ‘Ferrari: Under the Skin’, both at the Design Museum.
Head along to Eye’s Type Tuesday to hear Marina join the dots between graphic design, typography, film-making and the challenges of organising words and images in big spaces. We will be joined by other leading figures from the world of exhibition design and the evening will end with a panel discussion. There will be a bar in the interval and the chance to browse bargain back issues of Eye magazine.
Tickets £12.50, £10 members/concessions, £8 students (Includes free glass of Prosecco on arrival).
Tuesday 3 March, 7-9.30pm. St Bride Foundation, 14 Bride Lane, EC4Y 8EQ.