In 2021, Letterform Archive opened its first permanent gallery in San Francisco. Culled from its collection of more than 75,000 objects across the history of graphic design, its exhibition program mounts biannual shows on special topics of interest for the creative community, ranging from a centennial celebration of Bauhaus typography to an exploration of the power of letterforms in protest posters. Each show is supported by an online exhibition that shares the gallery experience with international followers, as well as a lavishly illustrated exhibition catalog that captures the show for posterity.
On view through April 2022
Bauhaus Typography at 100
Co-curated by Rob Saunders and Henry Cole Smith
Coming May 2022
Strikethrough: Typographic Messages of Protest
Co-curated by Silas Munro and Stephen Coles
Coming October 2022
Thanks for the Flicks: Graffiti Zine Revolution
Co-curated by Greg Lamarche and Kate Long
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