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In Photos: An Audience with Alan Kitching 09 October 2015

Huge thanks to Alan Kitching for a fascinating talk last night, and thanks to everyone who came and made it such a good evening – it was great to see so many new faces!

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Left to right: Naomi Games, Alan Kitching, Daniel Chehade (Curator of Five Pioneers of the Poster) and Tom Godfrey (Gallery Resource Manager)

Alan Kitching and Monotype: Celebrating Five Pioneers of the Poster is open until Friday 23 October.

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  • Alan Kitching and Monotype | Bonington Gallery says: posted on: October 26, 2015

    […] Alan Kitching talked about his life in letterpress – sharing the stories and inspiration behind works from his career, followed by a special evening viewing of Five Pioneers of the Poster. Visit the Latest News page to see a selection of photos from the evening. […]

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