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Print, Power, and Persuasion: Graphic Design in Germany, 1890–1945

In conjunction with the exhibition Dreams and Disillusion: Karel Teige and the Czech Avant-Garde, 2000-01

Print, Power, and Persuasion: Graphic Design in Germany, 1890–1945

May 24–August 26, 2001

Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, Design and Culture

18 West 86th Street (near Central Park West)

New York City

For information, call 212/501-3000, e-mail programs@bgc.bard.edu, or visit www.bgc.bard.edu.

 

Artistic and commercial, avant-garde and traditional, nationalistic and international—modern graphic design in Germany reflected the social and political turbulence of the early twentieth century. This exhibition examines the development and application of innovative graphics and typology for mass persuasion, transforming how business and  government communicated with the public. Organized by The Wolfsonian–Florida International University.

 

Starts 5/24/01 12:00 am
Ends 8/26/01 12:00 am
Location Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, Design and Culture, 18 West 86th Street (near Central Park West), New York City
Cost Free of charge

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