In Full View presents selected works from the Lyon Collection that have not yet been displayed in a gallery – only previously have they been show in the family home and Housemuseum next door.
The concept behind the exhibition revolves around the model of ‘living with art’ and the progression of a private collection going public.
The identity is centred around space and curating movement through a space. The concept is framed around the white space resembling a floor plan, which in this case is the galleries, and this becomes the key graphic for the identity. The floor plan has ‘rooms’ and ‘walls’ that structure the placement of content and can control and guide how the information is digested. The graphic adapts to its applications so its shape is diverse and different across the collateral. The overall intent was to create a contemporary and timeless identity.
Photography by Dan Presto (image 1), Zan Wimberley (4, 5) and Lyon Housemuseum (6, 14)