Catalogue and poster-exhibition guide
The exhibition was first at the Venice Biennale and later at Whitechapel Art Gallery.
The front cover of the catalogue uses a section of the poster image, without lettering. As well as the catalogue, Hollis did the signage in the British pavilion in Venice – one of the first uses of rub-down captions directly on the wall. The reverse side of the poster for the exhibition carried the exhibition guide – an essay and list of works. Alternative ways of folding the sheet presented the text either in Italian or English.Client: British Council