Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke and artist Stanley Donwood have announced the launch of an exhibition in London. The Crow Flies Part One will be on view at Tin Man Art Gallery from September 6-10. NME writes about it.
The exhibit is named after a line from the Ted Hughes poem “The Raven.” According to the description, the artwork on display was created as the cover art for English rock band The Smile’s debut studio album A Light for Attracting Attention, one of Thom Yorke’s recent musical projects that also features Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead and Tom from Sons of Kemet. Skinner. It was Donwood who created the artwork for all Radiohead albums and promotional material since 1994, as well as all of Yorke’s solo recordings.
Let’s remember, also in London there will be a Gucci exhibition under the name of Cosmos. The exhibition will tell the story of the fashion house from the moment the archive was created in Florence to the present day.