Tonight: Goodbye to Fletcher

The Alan Fletcher retrospective at the Design Museum, London draws closer to its end today with a special late night roundtable featuring partners from Pentagram’s UK and US studios.

The Alan Fletcher retrospective at the Design Museum, London draws closer to its end today, with a special late night roundtable featuring partners from Pentagram’s UK and US studios.



Emily King, curator of Alan Fletcher – Fifty Years of Graphic Work (and Play), will be in conversation with John Rushworth, Paula Scher and Angus Hyland this evening from 7.15 pm, to discuss the history, working practices and output of the multi-disciplinary group famously co-founded by Fletcher.



This evening is one of the last chances to see the prodigious exhibition, which closes next Friday, and is the first in a new series of late openings at the Design Museum, which go on until 10pm. Architectural lighting design group BEGA will be lighting the exterior of the museum tonight as well, as part of the Switched on London festival.



For further information and to book tickets, see www.designmuseum.org.

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