Jost Hochuli

Jost Hochuli

Exhibition – Jost Hochuli: Printed Matter

8–22 September 2017

umlaut¨ gallery
53 Fashion Street
London E1 6PX

This event am[13]bit at umlaut¨gallery will feature work selected by Jost Hochuli from his personal collection. It represents just a fragment of his prolific output over the years, but contains some of his favourite pieces. The exhibition opens at 18:30 Thursday 7 September 

Open weekdays 9 am to 5 pm

Read more about Jost Hochuli in the ISTD blog here


Talk – Jost Hochuli: In Conversation

7 pm Tuesday 19 September

Lecture Theatre B

London College of Communication
University of the Arts London
Elephant & Castle
London SE1 6SB

Jost Hochuli will be interviewed by Tony Pritchard, London College of Communication senior lecturer and ISTD board member.

Tickets can be booked here
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London College of Communication (LCC), part of University of the Arts London (UAL), is a pioneering world leader in creative communications education and research programmes geared to preparing students for successful creative careers. Our courses are known for being industry focused with students taught by an inspiring community of experienced academics, technical experts and leading specialist practitioners. Generations of award-winning photographers, filmmakers, screenwriters, journalists, broadcasters, designers and advertising and PR professionals have started their careers at LCC, and today’s graduates continue to be highly sought after and win prestigious international awards.


Jost Hochuli HonFISTD visits London this September – supported by Presence Switzerland, and the Swiss Cultural Fund.

Presence Switzerland is responsible for the image of Switzerland abroad, and implements the strategy of the Federal Council on Switzerland's communication abroad.

Swiss Cultural Fund in the UK (SCF) brings Swiss cultural excellence across many artistic fields to British audiences and contributes to an intercultural dialogue between Switzerland and the United Kingdom. The Fund supports most artistic genres, from music to theatre, the visual arts to performance art and architecture to literature, enabling both young and established artists to present themselves to the public through a wide range of cultural institutions and venues in the United Kingdom.