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Derek Jarman: Pandemonium

Contributed by Gareth Hague on Nov 21st, 2014. Artwork published in .
    Derek Jarman: Pandemonium 1
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    Derek Jarman: Pandemonium is an immersive exhibition that celebrates the life and work of this truly innovative and multi-faceted artist. A student of humanities at King’s from 1960 to 1963, Jarman went on to become one of the most important creative practitioners of his generation and a crucial voice in gay politics in Britain. Painter, filmmaker, set designer, diarist, poet, gardener, activist – Jarman’s work across many areas and media was distinguished for its continual innovation and sense of daring. This exhibition, marking the 20th anniversary of his death from an HIV-related illnesses in February 1994, captures the unruly spirit of his work and his artistic times.—King’s College

    Alias Harbour was used for title graphics for poster, catalogue and exhibition signage.

    Derek Jarman: Pandemonium 2
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    Derek Jarman: Pandemonium 3
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    • Larish Neue

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    1 Comment on “Derek Jarman: Pandemonium”

    1. Nov 21st, 2014  12:11 pm

      Apparently, Harbour is used for the exhibition itself, too, in combination with Larish Neue:

      Source: Lauren Webster

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