Enter the unmissable Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition at the Design Museum to see treasures from Stanley Kubrick’s personal archive and experience new insights into his film world.
Behind the Lensby Alexa Dalby
The Design Museum, London celebrates the work of Stanley Kubrick, one of the greatest filmmakers of the 20th century, marking the 20th anniversary of his death. Arranged in galleries themed by film title, the exhibition explores his unique command of the whole creative design process of filmmaking including previously unseen artifacts such as his letters, notes, script annotations, card indexes, shooting schedules, technical equipment and film props.
Some of Kubrick’s library – he was noted for vast research in minute detail
Kubrick’s director’s chair
Clapperboards from Kubrick’s films
Props such as Jack’s typewriter from The Shining
A recreation of the space lounge in 2001: A Space Odyssey, complete with product placement
Shooting the mystical final sequence in 2001: A Space Odyssey
How the battle scene from Spartacus was planned
And a scale model of the War Room in Dr Strangelove
It also includes curated screenings of extracts from his genre-defining films Paths of Glory, The Shining, Barry Lyndon, 2001: A Space Odyssey,
Eyes Wide Shut, Dr Strangelove, Full Metal Jacket and A Clockwork Orange.
Also included are important works by designers Hardy Amies, Soul Boss, Milena Cononero and Ken Adam, art and photography from Diane Arbus, Allen Jones and Don McCullin, designs from Soul Boss, Elliott Noyes and Pascall Morgue alongside contributions from renowned directors.
Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition runs at the Design Museum, London, from 26 April to 17 September 2019.