An exhibition celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the James Bond films is set to open at London’s Barbican Centre in July. EON Productions has allowed unprecedented access to the Bond archives and will take up two floors of the centre. An article in the Guardian says:
Designing 007: 50 Years of Bond Style promises to showcase five decades of gadgets, sets, costumes and cars, along with the blueprints, drawings and models that went into creating them. “It’s the unseen Bond,” said the show’s curator, fashion historian Bronwyn Cosgrave. “We’re showing the complete scope of design of a Bond film, which has never been done before.”
Read “Barbican to stage an exhibition to mark 50 years of James Bond films” at guardian.co.uk
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