MELLER, JAMES. When Attitudes Become Form. Works – Concepts – Processes – Situations – Information. An Exhibition sponsored by Philip Morris Europe. Institute of Contemporary Arts. London August 28th-September 27th (1969).

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8vo. Promotional brochure designed by James Meller. Three panel folding sheet. Essay by Harald Szeemann, list of artists, 3 b/w plates, note by John A. Murphy President of Philip Morris Europe and Personna International. James Meller was one of the 8 founding members of Foster Associates in 1967. He was also a graphic designer who worked extensively for the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. While a student at Oxford he had a group show at the New Vision Gallery with Tim Wallis, George Coral and Raymond Wilson. Granta the Oxford student magazine had contributions by a number of the Independent Group and their associates, notably John McHale and Rayner Banham.

Item details

Publisher: Institute of Contemporary Arts.
Format: Folding card
Date: 1969
Place: London
Edition: First edition
Book ID: 026151

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