Growing out of Ruscha’s fascination with the work of an obscure American painter from the turn of the century, Louis Michel Eilshemius, this small exhibition saw their work hung together. As both artists are synonymous with the booklet format – Eilshemius as a prolific pamphleteer and Ruscha for his artist books – it seemed appropriate to divide the publication into two slim volumes. The comparisons were emphasized by the mirroring of content, such as their respective portraits and business cards. The booklets are held in a fixed relationship by a folder, the construction echoing Eilshemius’s painted frames and Ruscha’s airbrushed vignettes.
Campaign Fedrigoni – Image libraryCampaign Vitra – Vitra ClassicsCampaign Kvadrat – KittensCampaign Frieze Art Fair – FireworksCampaign Kvadrat – ShapesCampaign Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre – The Season of Regime ChangeExhibition Somerset House – Miles Aldridge: I Only Want You To Love MeExhibition Science Museum – Who am I?Exhibition Art Institute of Chicago – GTF: Resourceful DesignIdentity Fedrigoni – Paper BoxIdentity Design Museum – IdentityIdentity Frieze Art Fair – IdentityIdentity Habitat – IdentityPackaging Royal Doulton – OlioPackaging Herman Miller – FormworkProduct Graphic Thought Facility – MeBoxPublication Gagosian – CataloguesPublication Fendi – The Fendi SetPublication Richard Avedon Foundation – Avedon AdvertisingPublication Dior – Dior Images: Paolo RoversiPublication COS – Creating with ShapesPublication Gagosian – Gagosian QuarterlyPublication Thames & Hudson – M to M of M/M (Paris)Publication Bloomsbury – Heston Blumenthal at HomePublication Gagosian – Crash: Homage to JG BallardRetail Vitra – VitraHausWayfinding Hult International Business School – Wayfinding