Carpenters Workshop Gallery
rAndom International, a London/Berlin based art and design firm participate in a solo exhibition at Carpenters Workshop Gallery to showcase their innovative approach to ‘performative new media.’
Vitra Design Museum
Weil am Rhein, Germany
In Frank Gehry’s first European realized building, the Vitra Design Museum will be presenting an exhibition of Gehry’s projects since 1997. The projects will be displayed in the form of detailed studies, models and videos provided by the Gehry Partners archive.
Arums Galerie welcomes Ron Arad for the 11th time since 2006 to have a solo exhibition of his playful forms and experimental techniques. As a highly influential designer, Ron Arad has consistently challenged contemporary design.
The Serpentine Gallery and The Royal Parks present large scale outdoor sculptures by Anish Kapoor in Kensington Gardens throughout the fall and winter. The exhibition will showcase recent works that have never been featured together.
Rabih Hage Gallery
Rabih Hage Gallery presents: Johnny Swing: Change, an exhibition of sculptural furniture from the renowned American artist, best known for his range of furniture constructed from American coins, such as his iconic "Nickel Couch."
Saatchi Gallery and Phillips de Pury
Phillips de Pury & Company has organized the first UK exhibition for Japanese design studio, Nendo. The two part exhibition has been split between Saatchi Gallery, Thin Black Lines,and Phillips de Pury’s own exhibition space
Edwin Heathcote interviews Neville Brody, the inventor of the Anti-Design Festival about his event for this year’s London Design Festival. Brody, a designer who considers himself a ‘visual thinker,’ emerged in punk-era London, and has a unique take on design and his concept.