This is a Korean translation of Christopher Wilson’s groundbreaking work about the collaboration between the English graphic designer and the gallery. To quote a description by Hyphen Press, the publisher of the original English edition:

Richard Hollis was the graphic designer for London’s Whitechapel Art Gallery in the years 1969–73 and 1978–85. In this second period, under the directorship of Nicholas Serota, the gallery came to the forefront of the London art scene, with pioneering exhibitions of work by Georg Baselitz, Anselm Kiefer, Joseph Cornell, Philip Guston, Frida Kahlo and Tina Modotti, among others. Hollis’s posters, catalogues, and leaflets, conveyed this sense of discovery, as well as being models of practical graphic design. The pressures of time and a small budget enhanced the urgency and richness of their effects. Christopher Wilson’s monograph is an exemplary examination of a body of graphic design. This book matches the spirit of the work it describes: active, passionate, aesthetically refined, and committed to getting things right. As in Hollis’s work, ‘design’ here is a verb as much as a noun. (Website of Hyphen Press)

The design of the Korean edition closely follows the original’s (by the author himself), with the images treated almost identically in terms of sizing and placement. The page size was modified to 180 x 240 mm, adding 10 mm to the width. Freshly designed cover shows a life-size detail of a poster Hollis designed for the Whitechapel in 1982.