Vic Fair (1938-2017) was a prolific British graphic designer who extensively worked on thousands of film publicity material over four decades and responsible for creating some iconic pieces including David Bowie in ‘The Man who fell to earth’ , the 60’s psychedelic ‘Here we go around the Mulberry Bush’ and ‘A View to a Kill’ part of the James Bond franchise.
There will be a number of original pieces on display and available showcasing Fair’s truly artistic wit, flair and innovative use of juxtaposition .
Fair’s work is held in private collections, the Victoria and Albert Museum and is shortly due to be displayed at the London Transport Museum ‘Hidden London’ exhibition.
Vic Fair Retrospective will be on display at Lauderdale House’s Lower Gallery during gallery opening times from Thursday 3 October until Monday 28 October.
The gallery is open:
• Monday to Wednesday (11am to 4pm)
• Thursday (11:30am to 4pm)
• Sunday: Special Sunday opening on Sunday 6 October and Sunday 13 October.
The gallery may also be open on select Fridays and Saturdays depending on our schedule of events. Please call 020 8348 8716 to check Friday and Saturday opening times.