Modern Couples

Art, Intimacy and the Avant-garde; the latest exhibition at the Barbican.

Written by Craig Berry
Former Junior Designer at VBAT

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Modern Couples Exhibition Identity
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Photographs of exhibition design from A Practice for Everyday Life/APFEL
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Dora Maar & Pablo Picasso | Emilie Floge & Gustav Klimt
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Photographs of exhibition design from A Practice for Everyday Life/APFEL
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Barbara Hepworth & Ben Nicholson | Aino Aalto & Alvar Aalto
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Photographs of exhibition design from A Practice for Everyday Life/APFEL
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Claude Cahun & Marcel Moore | Federico Garcia Lorca & Salvador Dali
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Photographs of exhibition design from A Practice for Everyday Life/APFEL
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Georgia O’Keeffe & Alfred Stieglitz | Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera
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Modern Couples book by A Practice for Everyday Life/APFEL

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written by Craig Berry, Creative at VBAT
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