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Stanley Kubrick Exhibition showcases at London’s Design Museum

15 Aug 2019


Jan Harlan introduces Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition from Design Museum on Vimeo.

The Stanley Kubrick Exhibition celebrating one of the 20th Century’s greatest filmmakers is making its debut in the UK.

The showcase at the Design Museum in Kensington, London, covers all aspects of his colourful career. The display gives fans the chance to immerse themselves in his eccentric genius.

Obsessive and meticulous, Kubrick’s brilliance has been monumental in cinematic history, creating classics such as A Clockwork Orange, Dr. Strangelove and The Shining. Now, two decades since his death, visitors can learn about his life and work as a legendary screenwriter, director and producer.

Around 700 unique objects, letters and photographs depicting his life in film are on display at the museum. These include contextual artwork, creative costumes and replicated sets from those who influenced Kubrick’s vision. There are also prototype poster illustrations for The Shining and a digital candle installation depicting the film Barry Lyndon, which was filmed by candlelight.

Curator, Deyan Sudjic gave an interview to GQ Magazine discussing how the retrospective exhibition came to happen. He explains how Kubrick’s brother-in-law Jan Harlan – producer of A Clockwork Orange and all Kubrick’s films thereafter – opened up the home of the virtuoso.

“We found all the interesting stuff like his editing machines and picked up things like the film boxes that he used, the film canisters, calendar lights. We’re using them to paint a portrait of this extraordinary individual. They show visitors how he worked, and communicate with the magic of the actual films that we delve into.”

The exhibition will run until 17 September, and tickets are advisable.