Taking stock is actually more difficult than it sounds and opinion ca be split between those who see it as essential strategic thinking for any organisation, and those who worry it smacks a little of navel-gazing. But for top creative agency The Church of London, the opening of their new east London space 71a was the perfect opportunity to look at what they’re doing and what they’ve done. So much so that they called the inaugural exhibition What we’re doing; What we’ve done, featuring a collection of some of the best visuals from their Little White Lies and Huck titles.
Proof if any were more were needed that The Church of London has rightly earned its reputation as an innovative and imaginative creative force. It will be fascinating to see how the new space extends and enhances their mission.
Here ends the reading.
What we’re doing; What we’ve done runs until June 19
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