‘Earth, Art of a changing world’ was an exhibition at the GSK Contemporary Gallery, part of The Royal Academy in London. The show was curated by our long standing client Cape Farewell. The exhibition featured a collection of works by artists from around the globe.
After many discussions with the Royal Academy and Cape Farewell the title of the exhibition was chosen as ‘Earth’, mainly because it had the word ‘Art’ in it. This was not our first choice, but we managed to create an identity we were pleased with.
A view of part one of the exhibition "The artist as the explorer".
Monica Hatoum's powerful work serves as an introduction to the exhibition.
The entrance to the exhibition, signage pillars guide visitors up the stairs with the work of Spencer Finch as the carrot.
Part two of the exhibition "Destruction", starts with 'Heart of Darkness by Cornelia Parker.
Promotional posters were distributed across London.
We created a free pocket sized catalogue for visitors to take, with all the works and interesting essays.
A sample spread of the catalogue, featuring Antony Gormley and Dan & Heather Aykroyd.
A sample spread of the catalogue, introducing the 'destruction' section.