24.05.2017 – 04.06.2017

Symbol to Logo – Polish Graphic Marks 1945–1969, 2000–2015

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Wer sich für Grafikdesign aus Polen und die erfolgreichen Logos von 1945–1969 sowie 2000–2015 interessiert, dem sei die Ausstellung Symbol to Logo ans Herz gelegt, welche Ende Mai, zeitgleich zur TYPO Berlin, startet. Zusätzlich gibt es interessante Vorträge am 28. Mai ab 14 Uhr, die man sich nicht entgehen lassen sollte. Der Eintritt ist zudem kostenlos!

Aus dem Pressetext: “Symbol to Logo” is a reconstruction and selection of The 1ST and The 2ND Polish Exhibition of Graphic Symbols that were held in 1969 and 2015. 

The exhibition presents the unknown history of logo design in Communist Poland and will serve as a reminder of forgotten stars of Polish design and their works and shows how the design of logos and visual identification has changed since the post-war years to the present day – from hand-drawn graphic symbols to digitally-rendered logos; from artistic graphic symbols to logos designed for commercial brands; and, finally, from individual symbols to complex visual identities.

This universal, visual story reflects the history of Poland and Polish society over the past seventy years. The exhibition will be accompanied by special tours given by the curators and lectures by international guests, such as Jens Müller, author of the book Logo Modernism. 

VERNISSAGE:
MAY 24TH – 7:00P.M.

OPENING HOURS:
FRI.–WED. 11:00A.M.–7:00P.M., THU. 12:00–9:00 P.M.

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LECTURES:
MAY 28TH – 2:00P.M.

2:00P.M., Patryk Hardziej, Rene Wawrzkiewicz (Poland)
Symbol to Logo: Polish Exhibitions of Graphic marks.

2:30P.M., Karolina Jakaitė (Lithuania)
Promise to be modern: Lithuanian trademarks, designed by artists-constructors in the 1960s and 1970s. The links with Poland and GDR.

3:00P.M., Jens Müller (Germany)
Karl Schulpig. Logo Design Pioneer from Berlin.

CURATORS:
Patryk Hardziej, Rene Wawrzkiewicz

www.symboltologo.com

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