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Eduardo Paolozzi: The Jet Age Compendium

Installation views of Eduardo Paolozzi: The Jet Age Compendium (Raven Row, London 2009). An exhibition of graphics, sculpture and items from the artistís collections alongside collages produced for the magazine, Ambit.

Contents of Eduardo Paolozzi's personal files housed in the National Design Museum, London
Eduardo Paolozzi bronze 'frog' in situ in Raven Row
Eduardo Paolozzi sculpture in situ at Raven Row gallery
Eduardo Paolozzi, scrapbook collage
Installation view showing artefacts from the artist's collection
Installation view showing artefacts from the artist's collection
Installation view showing issues of Ambit magazine (in cases)
Installation view showing prints and issues of Ambit magazine (in cases)
Installation view showing scrapbooks and collages by Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005)

F for File: a video by David Brittain

Promotional advert in FILE, the Canadian artists' magazine
FILE Cover
A.A. Bronson, co-founder of FILE (picture by Ben Edwards)
FILE cover featuring its three founding editors

Inside Photography

Artwork collected for this book

Phonejack
Camera magazine, one of the most admired photographers' titles
Creative Camera, founded in London in 1968
The Dumb Ox was founded in Los Angeles in 1976
Image Nation was published in Toronto in the 1970s by Coach House Press
Hand altered transcript considered for artwork
Hand altered artwork considered for publication
Reportage magazine, founded to resurrect the dying art of the photo essay
Zoom, with its English edition, styled itself an international image magazine
Picture by David Brittain for the cover of Inside Photography
Picture by David Brittain for the cover of Inside Photography
Cover for Inside Photography

Paolozzi at New Worlds: Science Fiction and Art in the Sixties

Images from the book, Paolozzi at New Worlds: Science Fiction and Art in the Sixties

Eduardo Paolozzi and JG Ballard chat in an unidentifed photograph
New Worlds 174, 1967
Eduardo Paolozzi by Erika Schmied (circa 1974)
New Worlds in the 1960
Sim One as covered by New Worlds
Flyer for the book Paolozzi at New Worlds
New Worlds disparaged pop science fiction such as Barbarella
Eduardo Paolozzi from Moonstrips Empire News, 1967
Eduardo Paolozzi and Claire Walsh in 1967
Charles Platt (left) designed and edited New Worlds (1967-70)
JG Ballard's spoof adverts were part of the visual literature of New Worlds
New Worlds' writers admired Paolozzi's 'science fiction' art
From issue 173 New Worlds announced its identity using visual images
Eduardo Paolozzi, from the series, ZEEP 1970
Illustration by Pamela Zoline, an artist and science fiction writer
At New Worlds the car was a bizarre metaphor for the fusion of man and machine
Back cover of Reagan magazine, a project by New Worlds writers including Zoline and Ballard
New Worlds' 'weird' covers broadcast the 'inner space' ethos of writers such as Ballard
A corner of Paolozzi's Chelsea studio shows his sources from science and popular culture
From Christopher Finch's feature about Paolozzi in New Worlds 174
New Worlds 180 included coverage of the Fun Palace, designed by artist Keith Albarn

Space Age Archaeology: Paolozzi at New Worlds

Stills from an exhibition at the Scottish National Galleries of Modern Art in response to the permanent Paolozzi Studio.

View of the installation showing the Paolozzi Studio (right)
Detail of display case containing items from the Paolozzi Studio
View of the exhibition showing the bronze, His Majesty the Wheel
Installation view showing display cases and prints
Explanatory text, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
The Paolozzi studio at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh
The Paolozzi studio at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh
The Paolozzi studio at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh

The Missing Picture

A collaborative regular feature in Source Photographic review from 2009 on the theme of photography and memory.

Dalia Khamissy recalls a photograph she never took
Uschi Huber recalls a photograph she never took

The Photography of WIlliam S. Burroughs

William S. Burroughs scrapbook in the collection at Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Photograph by William S. Burroughs
Creative Camera November 1982, a special issue on image and text, ran an essay by Victor Burgin on Barthes complemented with photographs by Burroughs
Taking Shots: The Photography of William S. Burroughs with an essay by David Brittain
Cover of My Own Mag, Issue 13, August 1965 containing the 'Dead Star' manuscript by William S. Burroughs
Detail of the 'Dead Star' manuscript by William S. Burroughs in My Own Mag, issue 13
Detail of the 'Dead Star' manuscript by William S. Burroughs in My Own Mag, issue 13