Adrian Sharman Associates has designed the catalogue for the current exhibition by the artist John Virtue. The catalogue is printed in black and white and folds out to form a frieze on which the artist’s work is pictured, ‘much as it appears on the gallery wall’, says Adrian Sharman, a former associate director of The Jenkins Group. The catalogue is inserted in a dust jacket to give it the appearance and feel of a book. John Virtue – New Paintings is at Jason & Rhodes, Burlington Place, London W1.
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