The British Library is hosting what might very well be a great exhibition on Breaking the Rules: The Printed Face of the European Avant Garde 1900–1937. They are supporting the exhibition with a fairly extensive website. It includes a detailed chronology (as a pdf) and even a curator’s blog (although based on my long experience with curators, most should not be asked to blog).
But what the website doesn’t have is MUCH INFORMATION ABOUT THE ART. Where are the images? Where is an object list, or at least a list of highlights? There are such things for the library’s permanent collection, of course, and they do show six objects under the heading “curator’s choice.” But if there is much more than that I can’t find it.
To partially make up for the deficiency, here are a couple of videos, via Crap Detector.