Originally published on Behance.
This is the catalogue/brochure I designed for the IMG19 Photographic Exhibition taking place in the Lanchester Gallery (Coventry, UK) between 30 May and 5 June 2014. The concept is based on the A2 paper size folded down to A6. The catalogue is double-side printed, comprised of 32 leafs.
The 19 primary leafs are uniquely designed, each representing one artist of the collective, 2 leafs offer gallery visitors essential information, such as the opening times, address, website/social media, exhibitor’s names and press release. The remaining 11 serve as navigation within the gallery by offering a numbered map, that points within the catalogue at the respective artist.
— Joseph Kesisoglou (@joseph_kes) May 25, 2014
Because of space restrictions I fitted within each design the same information provided by the text panels in the gallery, and website or email of each artist, as a source of related material. Essentially this catalogue did offer more than exhibition information, it became an object to take away, part of one’s memory.
In order to engage in depth with of our guests, and allow the ones not attending the gallery we decided to offer through our website
img19.org (archive) an interactive, digital experience. Alex Edwards and I developed a lightweight web interface, based on the Foundation 5 framework.
- photo credit: Caroline Walker
- photo credit: Theo Ellison
- photo credit: Lauren Thatcher
- photo credit: Alice Martin-Smith