The exhibition will document Schwartzman’
Born in London, Schwartzman came to Hollywood in 1978 to work with noted filmmaker and graphic designer, Saul Bass. He was later appointed the Director of Design for the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games. In 2001, he was awarded the OBE by HM The Queen for his services to the British film industry in the USA, and in 2006 he was appointed a Royal Designer, RDI, by Britain’s Royal Society of Arts.
The film ‘Genocide’
In 2014, he was invited to create the 20-foot high UN Peace Monument, located at the Korean War Memorial Museum in Seoul, South Korea (he had served in South Korea as a British soldier in the 1950s). It is formed out of the letters ‘UN’ and incorporates shrapnel from the demilitarized zone.
“I was delighted and honored to be invited by Christopher Guy Harrison to mount a retrospective exhibition at his West Hollywood showroom of my six decades of work in design and film,” said Schwartzman. Christopher Guy Harrison commented, “Arnold Schwartzman’
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