Arnold Schwartzman retrospective of ‘Six Decades of Graphic Art and Film’

The exhibition will document Schwartzman’s career, from his early days as an art student and designer for British TV, to his work with The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, and other iconic rock and pop acts. Since 1996, he has created key graphic elements for the Annual Academy Awards®, including commemorative posters, billboards, cinema trailers and printed programs for the Awards ceremony and Governors Ball.


A retrospective of the work of renowned Hollywood graphic designer, Arnold Schwartzman, opening on Thursday, February 19th, 2015, for one week from 10am-6pm daily at Christopher Guy’s West
Hollywood showroom. During opening event, he will be interviewed at 7pm by British author and lecturer Michael Webb.

Born in London, Schwartzman came to Hollywood in 1978 to work with noted filmmaker and graphic designer, Saul Bass. He was later appointed the Director of Design for the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games. In 2001, he was awarded the OBE by HM The Queen for his services to the British film industry in the USA, and in 2006 he was appointed a Royal Designer, RDI, by Britain’s Royal Society of Arts.

The film Genocide – about the Holocaust, which Schwartzman produced and directed, received the 1981 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. He has also created video and graphic displays for the Museum of Tolerance and the Skirball Cultural Center, both in Los Angeles. He is the author of a number of
photographic books including his latest, ‘Griffith Observatory: A Celebration of its Architectural Splendor’.
In 2014, he was invited to create the 20-foot high UN Peace Monument, located at the Korean War Memorial Museum in Seoul, South Korea. 


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