First up this week is a new show at Kemistry Gallery, "Retrospective—One" which will open to the public on the 8th August and run until the 6h September. Independent graphic design gallery Kemistry Gallery has asked eleven previous exhibitors to create new pieces for an exhibition celebrating their fourth year exposing graphic talent.
Retrospective—One will bring together Experimental Jetset, Eine, James Joyce, Parra and Geoff McFetridge among others in a line up of graphic design all-stars. Pieces will include one-offs, editions, prints, and objects available exclusively from the gallery.
Kemistry Gallery is an independent design gallery dedicated to exhibiting the work of outstanding designers both past, present and upcoming. Kemistry Gallery is the only independent gallery doing so in the UK at the present time; it exists as a one-off, having built up a far-reaching and highly respected reputation for showcasing many talented designers and promoting design to a wider audience. They aim to make design accessible to an audience that might otherwise overlook or undervalue its importance next to disciplines such as fine art or photography. Kemistry Gallery strongly believes that good design in years to come will be both valued and valuable to the public and collectors alike.
Kemistry Gallery | 43 Charlotte Road | Shoreditch | London
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