Barbican International Enterprises curates, manages and promotes a programme of exhibitions internationally.
Following Designing 007
, our latest exhibition in development, Digital Revolution
, (which will be staged at the Barbican Centre from 3 July to 14 September 2014) will tell the story of creative practice in the digital field over the last 40 years. We will bring together the work of a series of leading artists, designers, film-makers and musicians to explore how new areas of practice have been enabled by the development of new technologies. It will tour for an initial 3 year period.
Other projects include: Designing 007 - Fifty Years of Bond Style
is a lavish, multi-sensory experience, immersing audiences in the creation and development of Bond style over its 50 year history. The exhibition explores the craft behind the screen icons, the secret service and villains, tailoring and costumes, set and production design, automobiles, gadgets and special effects, graphic design and motion graphics, exotic locations, stunts and props. Watch Me Move: The Animation Show
aims to demonstrate the centrality of animation to contemporary global culture. It is the most extensive exhibition ever mounted of the full range of animated imagery produced in the last 150 years – from Snow White and Mickey Mouse to the Hulk. Game On
is the first major international touring exhibition to explore the vibrant history and culture of computer games. Focusing on key game developments between 1962 and the present day, it takes a global perspective at gaming’s fascinating past and limitless future. Howard Hodgkin - Prints
is the first large-scale internationally touring exhibition, spanning the artist’s entire career in this medium. Hodgkin has produced about 130 editions of striking and beautifully crafted prints. RRRIPP!! Paper Fashion
is a spectacular and unique exhibition of paper garments from the ATOPOS collection, curated by Vassilis Zidianakis and Stamos Fafalios. Uncanny: Surrealism and Graphic Design
is the first major exhibition to explore the influence of Surrealism on graphic image making and graphic design. Featuring more than 250 items – posters; prints; book, magazine and record covers; typefaces and films – Uncanny investigates the profound impact that Surrealist ideas and images had on international graphic communication from its origins in the 1930s up to the present.
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